Scramble Results

Scramble Day Feb 5, 2011 SGTC Players

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It’s the start of a new year (2011) of Scramble Sundays!  Thank you Lisa Szeto, Jim Brentzel, Justin Lee, Eric Hsieh, for volunteering to be Scramble Coordinators & inputting all the data each month, providing members with some morning refreshments to keep us awake & energized….

2011 February Scramble Results: (click on the following):


Go to page: “Scramble Winners” to see the tennis members who won trophies for 2010

Last year’s results:  2010  Scramble Results (click on the following)

Scramble Data SGTC Jan to Nov 2010

How to understand the Scramble Results:

The scores are calculated by games won divided by games you played to show a percentage you won, as well as the average number of games you won per round (2 different columns). Eg. you play four rounds in one month and win 3 out of 8 games the first round;  6 out of 8 games the second round, 4 out of 8 games the 3rd round, and 3 out of 8 games the 4rth round.  That totals 16 games you won out of a possible 32 games for that scramble month.  So 16 divided by 32 is 50% success rate.  The average number of games won per set you have is 16 games won divided by 4 rounds, which is equal to an average of 4 games won per round.  You can view 2 different ways of how effective you were in your scramble play.

By the way, if a player chooses to sit out during one of the sets due to an odd number or having picked a blank chip, they will receive  4 games won out of 8 games played.  Since you were there to play but could not play.  No games will be awarded to you if you miss early rounds or leave early and miss later rounds.

In order to win the end of the year overall prize for the top 2 or 3 women and top 2 or 3 men, a player must have played a minimum of 50% of the total number of games possible for the year (11 months X 32 games per month = 352 games possible.   50% of 352 games is 176 games or about 22 rounds to be in contention for the top spots.  So check your total games played every month!  (PS December scramble is not included, since we can’t add those scores on in time for the Holiday Party awards – we will still have a fun scramble day but no scores will be posted).

A “Participation Award” will be given to the top male and top woman who has the played the most total scramble games during the entire year & has the highest games won per round or highest % age won.  So don’t count yourself out!  It pays to come and play every month & not miss any scrambles & not miss any rounds!!

So Scrambles have a dual purpose – for fun & social tennis, as well as to strive to play your best tennis with whoever you partner with!  Go for it!  You never know whether you’ll get a surprise award in December at the party!!!

Any more questions, feel free to ask Keiko, Hiroko or Lee Nguyen or any member.

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