To Move up a Level:

  1. The player must have reached the "player profile" of the superior level. (New in September 2017)
  2. Every player's personal statistics will be retained so that the tennis pros and the executive team can build a case study used at the "statistics' meeting" held after April 15. Following the statistics meeting, it will be determined which players will be evaluated in order to confirm that the "player profile" of the superior level has been achieved. (New in September 2017)
  3. The following statistics are particularly important:
  • The number of times played on court #1 must be equal or greater than the number of times played on courts #2 and #3 combined.
  • An important cumulative number of points (MNP) calculated as follows:
    • 3 points for a win on court #1
    • 2 points for a win on court #2
    • 1 point for a win on court #3

The following MNP table shows an interesting number for a case studyNOTE: The % of wins changes for every match played, your percentage always goes up for a win and down for a loss. 

level II  27
level III 23
level IV 21

 NB: Only the matches played during the regular-season and in the player's registered level count for the MNP calculation.

 

the Average

  1. TFIM defines average as a percentage calculated by dividing the number of wins by the number of times played (wins + losses). 
  2. In Tenniscores this number appears as a fraction Win/Loss Record under the player’s profile. 
  3. This win percentage is calculated for all matches during the regular season exclusively.
  4. The average will not be a decisive factor to move up a level. (New in September 2017)
  5. For the average calculation, a retirement is excluded (see « Rule 2.1 » in Rules of competition.