Series' format

In 2017-18 a new format took place instead of the playoffs: a post season series. The 2019 series are similar with some amendements.

The peculiarities are:

  1. An even number of teams per level will participate to have an equal number of matchs for each team. There will be no bye.
    • In 2019 levels 2, 3 & 4 will have 18 teams participating in the series. In level 1, 10 teams will compete.
  2. At least three rounds of matches for each participating team in levels 2, 3 and 4. At least 4 rounds of matchs for participating teams in level 1.
  3. At the end of these 3 or 4 matchs, the teams are ranked according to a predetermined sorting.

Level II, III & IV: The top 4 teams at the end of the 3 rounds are determined in the following order:

  1. The total number of team wins prevails. (a win of 3-0 or 2-1)
  2. The total number of courts won. (3, 2 or 1 per round). During the regular season, this is the first column in the "Classement" on Tenniscores.
  3. The total number of set points. (Max: 9 per round) During the regular season this is the second column in the "Classement" on Tenniscores, a match won in 2 sets is worth 3 points.
  4. The % of games won. During the regular season, this is under the "Statistics" tab, in the last column named % (Games)

The teams finishing in the first four positions play a semi-final (1 VS 4; 2 VS 3).
The winners of the semi-final go through to the FINALS.

Level I: Teams are ranked as above. The teams ranked first & second in each group play in the semi-final. Ranked first in group A VS 2nd in group A, the first in group B VS the 2nd in group B (since they haven't met each other in the series yet) SEE Level I rounds.

ADDED at the December 12 2018 captain's meeting: The losers of the semi-final play for third place on Thursday April 25 2019. (The team higher in the regular season's standings will receive)

La petite Bretonne




Milles Merci! Gaétan Bono