the 2 singles positions, so the match ended with a 2-2 tie with a double default at #3 doubles. Team A (3 players) won #1 & #2 singles, Team B won #1 & #2 doubles by default, and #3 doubles was a double default. Team Defaults: The entire team match is considered a team default. An administrator must go into TennisLink and make the required changes.
A default is one of tennis' rarest punishments, if only because of the type of on-court actions that are considered a catalyst for it. Tennis matches are adjudicated by a code of conduct, and the punishment for violating the code—through actions such as ball abuse, racquet abuse, unsportsmanlike conduct, and other similar offenses ...
The rules that led to Novak Djokovic U.S. Open default completely justify his disqualification ... A default can be for a “single violation.” ... you can’t start smacking around tennis balls ...
Clarifications on Team Lineup Regulations and Individual Default Regulation When it is known a default will occur prior to exchanging lineups, follow the table in National Regulation 2.03K and inform the other captain as early as possible which position is being defaulted (either #2 singles or #3 doubles).
Impact of Withdrawals, Defaults, Walkovers, and Retirements on a Player Competing in a USTA National Junior Tournament This is a summary explanation of the USTA Regulations as of March 2009.
The International Tennis Federation (ITF) is the governing body of the game of tennis and its duties and responsibilities include protecting the integrity of the game through determination of the Rules of Tennis. To assist the ITF in carrying out this responsibility, the ITF has appointed a Rules of
The United States Tennis Association (USTA) states that a player can be defaulted if he has committed a rule violation. A default can occur before or during a match for a variety of reasons. Flagrant violations always result in a default, while other violations may be awarded penalties per the judgment of the referee.
Document availability is role-based. If you are a captain or other team leader, you will have access to more information than a regular member to help you do your job. ALTA follows the USTA Rules of Tennis found in Friend at Court. You should also consult ALTA's rules for specific guidelines concerning league play and other ALTA-sponsored events.