- The 2019-2020 regular season is near the end. What is next?
- The post season tournament is on the horizon, with the first matches scheduled for Thursday March 19th. All information concerning this tournament and the TFIM finals can be found on this website.
- The captain's meeting is on Monday March 16th. They will receive all your match statistics verified by the level statisticians. The statistician will inform your captain of your players' status.
- Moving up...Evaluation are concerns for some players:
- The April 15th deadline for all requests to change levels are to be signed by a tennis professional from your club who either coaches you or the official TFIM pro at your club. The request must contain something that the statistician doesn't know about the player. The TFIM Player profiles are on this website for all levels if this can help. The captain or pro sends the request to her statistician.
- If you wish to move down a level even tough your average is over 30%, please make a request. No evaluation is necessary and the CA will notify if accepted.
- Updated in Sept 2019: The player who has not accumulated an average of at least 30% and 2 victories per season during her last two active playing seasons will automatically move down unless the pro requests an evaluation on her behalf before April 15 of the current year. He must also confirm that this player still has the profile of the level concerned. This request for evaluation will be studied at the statistics meeting. The injured player is not penalized, but must be declared as such.
- Evaluation day (confirmation de profil) is always on the 3rd Thursday in May, being Thursday May 15th 2020 this year. Location to be determined.
Preliminary rounds & final (2020)
- The same "rules of competition" followed during the regular season apply throughout.
- The teams are ranked according to the results attained during the regular season. An even number of teams play in the post season series. EX: in a level having 19 teams, only the first 18 teams play for the gold medal. LOOK up "How positions are decided in the standings".
- The team with the highest standing is always the receiving team. If its club cannot receive due to court availability, then the opposing team receives.
I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to the 42nd season of the interclub. A new season is upon us and I would like to remind you that playing in the interclub and playing tennis is a privilege. Let’s embrace it! Enjoy it, relax, laugh and let your racquet do the talking!
Wishing you a great season!