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2019 Club Championship Rankings
(17 & 24 August)

Men's Singles:

1st: HD Potgieter (Gold)
2nd: Leon Massyn (Silver)
3rd: Francois Hoon (Bronze)
4th: Henry Pieters (Semi-finalist)
5th: Branko Milakovic (Plate Winner)
6th: Keegan Isaacs
7th: Kobus Myburgh
8th: Robert Pace
9th: Jurie Hanekom (Bowl Winner)
10th: Danie Smuts
11th: Johannes Mostert
12th: Brendan Jarman
13th: Willem Bester

Men's Doubles:

1st: (Gold) Francois Hoon &
Branko Milakovic
2nd: (Silver) Leon Massyn & Danie Smuts
3rd: (Bronze) HD Potgieter & Petri Strauss
4th: (SF's) Henry Pieters & Kobus Myburgh
5th: (Plate Winners) Jurie Hanekom &
Robert Pace
6th: Ruben Pheiffer & Johannes Mostert
7th: Nico Dreyer & Brendan Jarman

Ladies Doubles:

1st: (Gold) Charmaine Myburgh &
Helet Malherbe
2nd: (Silver) Alika Hanekom &
Helanie Malherbe
3rd: (Bronze) Hanlie Massyn &
Hanlie Hanekom

Mixed Doubles:

1st: (Gold) Francois Hoon & Alika Hanekom
2nd: (Silver) Leon Massyn & Hanlie Massyn
3rd: (Bronze) Helanie Malherbe & Henry Pieters
4th: (SF's) Helet Malherbe & Robert Pace
5th: Charmaine & Kobus Myburgh
6th: Hanlie Hanekom & Petri Strauss

Social Rankings - 14 March 2020:

01. Francois Hoon
02. Henry Pieters
03. Kobus Myburgh
04. Branko Milakovic
05. Jurie Hanekom
06. Jaco Visser
07. Leon Massyn
08. Keegan Isaacs
09. Dwayne Pretorius
10. Bernard McGregor
11. Novak Mil"Djokovic"
12. Nico Dreyer
13. Danie Smuts
14. Dirk Heyns
15. Johannes Mostert
16. Emil De Kock
17. Ruben Pheiffer
18. Petri Strauss
19. Robin Jansen
20. Christiaan Heyns
21. Bernhard McGregor
22. Evan Du Plessis
23. Logan. Udayakumar
24. Stefan Lingenfelder
25. Jacques Rossouw
01. Helet Malherbe
02. Charmaine Myburgh
03. Hanlie Massyn
04. Sonet Potgieter
05. Helanie Malherbe
06. Marissa Du Toit
07. Alika Hanekom
08. Hanlie Hanekom
09. Daleen Van Zyl
10. Adré Milakovic

Results Archive:  2015, 2016,
2017, 2018

Saturday Social Tennis & Social Ranking
14:00 - 17:00

Saturday Social Ranking Explanation:

1. Each game a player wins in a set, playing either singles or as part of a doubles pair, will add towards a total of ranking points (for an onwards rolling maximum span of 52 weeks/1 year, similar to ATP World Rankings) which will determine their social ranking. In this way performance as well as regular attendance will impact the rankings. At the end of June each social ranking awards will be given according to the social ranking points after the last Saturday in June.
2. Should a new member join or an existing member start playing social for the first time, they will be allocated starting points (SP), which will be 10 points less than the lowest ranked player of their gender. In this way they don't need to start at 0 and not be able to move up in the rankings swiftly. Starting points will fall away after a 12-month period have passed or after a successful challenge match.
3. Challenge Rules:
- Any member can only challenge any other member once in 12 months at any time (except during March to June) to get a boost up the rankings should they wish.
- Should they win they will receive challenge points (CP) to reach a total ranking points of 10 more than the person they challenged.
- These challenge points are basically the other player's points that the challenger wins/copies, which means they will also be lost and replaced systematically as the 12-month points period moves forward.
- There will be no change in the ranking points of the player who loses a challenge match.
- Should a member wish to challenge another member they must please contact the chairman to help arrange a date for the challenge match. The challenger must supply new balls for the challenge match.
- One particular member may not be challenged more than ONCE in 12 months and/or play more than one challenge match in a month's time.
- A (new) member needs to play a minimum of 12 social tennis sets before he/she can challenge another member.

A member has the following options when someone wants to challenge them:
1. If you don't want to accept a challenge match, for whatever reason, you can forfeit the match and give a walkover win to the challenger. This will also count as your one challenge match in 12 months.
2. If you want to accept the challenge you have the option of choosing between a singles or a doubles challenge match. As our social tennis rankings are based on about 95% doubles matches, it's only fair that a member can defend their points by playing a doubles match should they choose to.
A: Should you choose to play a doubles challenge match when someone challenges you, the challenger player must then choose/nominate two neutral players who are willing and able to participate in the challenge match. The doubles challenge match will then consist of maximum two normal tennis sets (with or without our special "no advantage" and tiebreak at 5-5 rules - the challenged player decides) where the two neutral players swop/alternate teams after the first set.
To win the doubles challenge match the challenger player needs to win BOTH sets, playing with and against both neutral players. Should the first set be lost by the challenger player there is no need to play another set, except if all agree to continue playing merely for enjoyment.
B: Should you choose to play a singles match when someone challenges you, you have the option of choosing between playing a normal best out of 3 set tennis match (with or without our special "no advantage" and tiebreak at 5-5 rules) with the 3rd set (if required) a 10-point tiebreak, OR...
You can choose our 2015 club championship shorter match format of playing best out of 3 ten-point tiebreaks, for those who don't consider themselves physically fit enough to play the longer format :-)

After considering all the challenge options etc. above the club can also give immunity against challenges to senior members older than 60 and scholar members younger than 11, should such members specifically ask for immunity for whatever reason.

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