1. It is the responsibility of the player(s) named on the top line of a match to contact their  opponents to organise a time to play.  
  2. Courts must be booked in advance through CourtReserve. 
  3. Players should be ready to commence play at time of booking. If matches overrun the  scheduled time, the following booking must wait until match is completed. 
  4. Handicaps should be netted off before commencement of play. For example, if Player A has  a handicap of -40, and Player B has -15, the correct starting position for each game is:  Player A -30, Player B Love 
  5. It is not unusual in handicaps for the players involved to make an error, and serve to the  wrong side or wrong opponent. Should this occur, continue the game as commenced. 
  6. Matches are the best of 3 short sets: the first player or pair to reach 6 games wins the set,  even if their opponent(s) have won 5 games. There is no tie-break. 
  7. The winner of the point after deuce wins the game. In a game of singles, the receiver may  choose the side to be served to. In a game of doubles (including Mixed), the receivers may  choose which of their players receives the serve.  
  8. Finals Day is on Saturday, 9th September (some finals may be played on the Friday night,  8th September) – if you are not available to play on Finals Day, you must scratch from your  event before your semi-final match. 
  9. The Tournament Referee has the authority to scratch any matches that are not being played to schedule.
  10. In all matters, the decision of the Tournament Referee will be final.


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