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2019 Paddle Championships
Saturday, March 9, 2019 to Sunday, March 10, 2019
Payment In Advance Or At Event
Registration cancellations will be accepted until March 4, 2019 at 12:01 AM
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2019 BTC Annual Paddle Championships
(March 9th &10th)
Play is from Saturday, March 9th to Sunday, March 10th.
Entry deadline is Monday, March 4th
Entry fee $30.00 per team. 1 team member enters for both players
Men’s, Women’s, and Mixed divisions available. Mixed is free to enter!
Let us know if you need help finding a partner
Scoring is best of 2/3 sets. The APTA 12-point tie-breaker format will be used when any set reaches 6-all in games. (See example below). The tournament director may choose to shorten the format at their discretion.
Tournament will include at least 1 consolation round
Small flights (less than 6 entries) may use a round robin format at the discretion of the tournament director.
Balls, light snacks and prizes provided. The grill will be fired up and available.
Bring your own and refreshments
Assume the service order was A, C, B, D during the set. At 6-all, it's A's turn to serve again. 1) A serves once from the ad court on the North End. Change ends. 2) C serves twice from North End (deuce court first; ad court second). 3) B serves twice from South End (deuce court first; ad court second). Change ends. 4) D serves twice from South End (deuce court first; ad court second). 5) A serves twice from North End (deuce court first; ad court second). Change ends and repeat this order until one team reaches 7 points or wins by 2 points after each team reaches 6 points.
Note: The team that did not start serving the 12-point tiebreaker will serve first in the next set. Since all sets after 12-point tiebreakers end in odd scores, teams must switch sides from where the first service of the tie-breaker took place. In this example, team C-D would start serving the next set from the North End.