Registration is normally done prior to or during the Captain's meeting. At the Captains' Meeting a check for the number of players is deposited.

After the Captains' meeting you have 2 options:

If the player is in the Tenniscores system, you can proceed to the late registration form on Tenniscores

If the player is new, she's not in the system, you must fill out the registration form for a new player make an make an E-transfer.

Registrations are sent to the statistician and the E-transfers sent to the treasurer. Late registrations are directed to the treasurer who is responsible for advising the statistician.

The deadline for registration is October 31.

The captain accesses her ADMIN section,

  1. In Tenniscores, click on Administration des joueuses-Team Management EDIT.
  2. A list of your players pop-up.
  3. Click on a name and the player's information appears.
  4. Please fill-in whatever information you have, especially her email address.

The individual player can access the DIRECTORY only if her email address is in the system, after which she alone can block access to the general public.

How does paying via an e-transfer through the bank work?

  1. The person who wants to make the transfer must go to her online bank account via the internet.
  2. Look for the option: Payments or transfers.
  3. Choose what kind of transfer (with Desjardins: "Interac Transfer")
  4. Add information about the recipient,
    • The recipient is "Tennis féminin"
    • the E-mail address is "This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it."
  5. Indicate the amount to transfer and from which account.
  6. Create a security question. To avoid a list of possible answers, the security question should be: "What is our favorite league?" to which the answer should be obvious to the treasurer, our league in 4 letters.

Any situation that has occurred on or off the court and that goes against the values of TFIM and the code of ethics of tennis, can cause a complaint. After analysis, and depending on the seriousness of the situation, the Board of Directors reserves the right to apply a consequence to the person (s) or club (s) involved on a pre-established scale.

Complaints must be sent by completing the "Complaints" form found on the Tenniscores website under the "FORMULAIRES" tab.

TFIM's Board of Directors will only consider complaints regarding a derogation of rules or the Code of Ethics and received through Tenniscores.

A sanction against the designated player or team may ensue.

It is possible to contact any member of TFIM through our DIRECTORY menu in Tenniscores. To login, you must have a recognized email address already in the system. This email address can be added by your captain in your profile. When you are ready:

LOGIN for first time users with the email address you supplied to your captain.

The following are links to documents that help the captain start her season. You may print and follow directions. It is very important for the captain to know all of this. The document "How to verify a line-up" can save you time and headaches when checking if the CRA rule is respected. Entering and confirming scores is an absolutely must and entering correctly helps all. Please take the time.

How to get a username and password, PLUS construct your team and submit your team to start the season.

How to verify a line-up with the CRA rule

How to enter scores in Tenniscores (revised on January 14 2016)

Other links to useful informations on How to do captain's tasks:

How to enter player's coordinates in Tenniscores (relocated in December 2018)

How to add a substitute in the line-up in Tenniscores

How to make an E-transfer (September 2017)

How to do a Frozen player?

How to ad your photo in directory. (September 2017)

How to make a late registration of a player (September 2017)

How to make the player Frozen (unavailable to play)?

In the captain's admin/Teams function, under Edit Team Members: select the player and remove her from the team then put her back in the team with the BLESSÉ Arrow.


Frequently asked questions - How it's done

Default (No-Show) or Tardiness

 "How to" when there is a default? This situation happens when players do not show, either by:

  • No-show : The captain previously advised that the line-up was incomplete, therefore no names are entered on courts defaulted.
  • Tardiness: Players are expected to show, names were written on the score sheet and one or both players do not show, these names are to be entered.

Select the team that «won by default» in the drop down menu on the right. Tenniscores will add "default" in the box of the loosing team.
The scores 1-0, 1-0 must be added in order for Tenniscores to give the winners 3 set points for the match.


 Tardiness: What to do when a player arrives late?

If a player is more than 15 minutes late, her first set is lost 0-6. For the other sets the score is entered as usual.

This match is included in the statistics of players.

NOTE: If a match is not played because a player never showed, the names of the players are entered in Tenniscores as written on the official  score sheet and the match is entered as lost 0-1, 0-1. In this situation select "team won by default" from the drop down menu.

Retired (injury)

 How do you fill in the scorecard in Tenniscores when a player is injured? A retired match is inevitably granted or conceded to the opponents.

The team declared the winner is selected from the drop down menu on the right. Choose «won by retired» or «gagné par retrait». Tenniscores will add a check mark next to the team that won and add "retired" next to the team who retired because of an injury.
The scores must be written as is at the moment of retiring for the losers. For the opponents, the scores must show a win; for example, each set must have a greater number of games for the winners. If the team who concedes led when stopping, they concede the number of games necessary for their opponents to have a majority of games for each set. EX: the score for the losers when stopping was 6-4, 4-2, the score entered becomes 6-4, 4-5 and 0-1.
This match counts in the win % for the winning players only. The CRA is calculated for all four players.



For all levels: In Tenniscores, the abbreviation FRZ (frozen) means that a player is not available to play. The captain oversees this function and can utilize it to identify players that are not available for an extended period of time. See How to do a Frozen player?

FRZ (frozen) for a 5.0 or 5.5 player (level 1):  a 5.0 or 5.5 player can only be labelled as "FRZ" if she is unable to play for at least 8 matches. This player can only be labelled "FRZ" once per season. 
A notice of 7 days must be given before a player can be added to or removed from the FRZ list. (AGA2017)
The captain must inform her statistician before declaring a player frozen in Tenniscores.