Round Robins provide an excellent opportunity for engaging in social play with a diverse array of members. You don't need a partner to join in on Round Robin play; simply register on CourtReserve for the designated day of your group's play, whether it's for men, women, or a mixed category.
Our Round Robins are centered around two key objectives: Enjoyment and Fun!
The Club facilitates Round Robin sessions for players ranging from level 2.5 to 4.5+. Participation is limited to players with Club Ratings within these levels.
Registration for Round Robin Events opens at 7:00 pm, a week before the event. For certain Round Robins, there might be two separate sessions available (for instance, Women’s 2.75 - formerly known as Red - with session 1 and session 2). Participants cannot enroll in both gender-specific sessions if both are offered. The split sessions aim to accommodate more players, resulting in more opportunities to play. Although players can add their names to both waitlists, as soon as confirmation for one session is received, they must promptly remove their name from the other waitlist.
Members must be present at the courts 10 minutes before the start of the Round Robin. This allows the co-captain to get all players organized and ready to play at the assigned time. In our traditional Round Robins, a numerical chart assigns partners and courts for each game. Each game is played to 11 points, win by 1 point. Rally scoring may also be applied to finish certain games. Following each game, players exit the court and consult the chart to determine their next court and partner assignment. Typically, players participate in 5-6 games during the allotted time.
Another format of Round Robin play, known as split-and-go, is available to encourage even more members to take part. This approach allows for greater flexibility: players rotate off the court, split up with their partners, and subsequently resume play on the next available court. The format for the day is determined by the Round Robin Coordinator in conjunction with the co-captain.
(NOTE: CRS ratings can affect club ratings on a bi-monthly basis, however, are not considered in determining player eligibility for a given level. Learn more on ratings here)