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Individual Sectional Division

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Qualification Rules:

Disclaimer - It is up to the coach to check the records for the player to determine qualification for sectionals. The web site logic is an attempt to interpret the rules, but may not cover all cases...

  • Qualification Record - This record is used to determine the win percentage for qualifying at that position. It is either an overall record OR league record (both must be inclusive of your league tournament).
  • League Record - This record must include all wins and losses the athlete plays in your league only (inclusive of the league tournament) at that position.
  • Overall Record - This record must include ALL matches the athlete plays in the league and non-league matches (inclusive of the league and invitational tournaments) at that position.
  • Compiled Record - This record must include every match played. This includes matches played not on spot and singles matches for a player entering the doubles draw in the Individual Sectional Tournament. The Entry Form must include this Compiled Record.
NOTE - Invitational Tournaments are considered Non-League and are counted in the overall record, but not counted in the league record.
  • For an individual to qualify they need to have the following Overall or League Record:
    • First Singles and Doubles - 50.0% and must play a minimum of 3 matches "on spot"
    • Second Singles and Doubles - 65.0% and must play a minimum of 4 matches "on spot" (or higher)
    • Third Singles and Doubles - 80.0% and must play a minimum of 5 matches "on spot" (or higher)

    First position must qualify for the second position to go. First and second singles or doubles must qualify for third to qualify for individual sectionals. (this aspect is not covered on the web site... the green font is only an indication of the qualification at the level being looked at... levels above are not taken into account)

  • The singles player / doubles team must play a minimum of 3, 4, or 5 matches "on spot" (in the case of doubles, it must be with the same partner). On spot means "X" matches in the position of which they are entering the tournament - i.e. 2nd doubles must have 4 matches at 2nd doubles with the same partner. This does not mean a match played at a lower level with the same partner.
  • If a player moved up a spot during the season and won the match, that win MAY count toward qualification. If a player moved up a spot and loses, that loss DOES NOT count towards qualification (and it still needs to be recorded on the Entry Form.)
  • If a player moved down a spot during the season and won the match, that win DOES NOT count towards qualification. If a player moved down a spot and loses, that loss DOES count towards qualification.
  • Any Preseason or Postseason tournaments played do NOT have to be counted in a player's qualification record, but must still be included in their overall record for purposes of seeding.
  • A player may play either in the singles draw OR the doubles draw in the Individual Sectional Tournament.
  • In case of injury for individual sectionals in doubles, another player may be substituted but she must have played a minimum of 5 doubles matches (with any partner). The injured or ill player must submit a medical certificate to her coach who in turn will give it to the Tournament Director. If this situation occurs to a seeded doubles team, they will be moved to the lowest possible seed and the other seeded doubles teams will move up one spot. (NEW FOR 2014) If this situation occurs to a seeded doubles team, the draw will be reseeded and redrawn. If this situation occurs to a doubles team that is not seeded, there will not be a redraw.

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