Match rules


You play as long as you have booked the court and count the number of games won. The match can end in a tie.
Each player can register the score.

Your ranking position

At the end of each round, we process the matches to determine your new ranking position as follows:
  • You switch positions if you win against a higher-ranked player.
  • You drop one spot if you cancel a match or if you skip three consecutive rounds.
  • Your profile is removed if you cancel all your matches two consecutive rounds.

New players

Players can join at any time and their starting position is based on their level. After that, only match results matter.

You drop only one spot if you lose to a new player, unless you haven't won a match yet in previous rounds.

Multiple matches per round

If you play two or more matches in a round, the results may contradict eachother. For example, you win against #10 but you lose lose against #20. Your next position will be in between your highest win and your lowest loss (#15). If there are 3 or more conflicting match results in the same round, your next position is calculated using all match results. For example, if you win against #10 and #11 and you lose against #20, your next position will be around #13.

Same position

It can happen that two players end up in the same position. For example, if #13 wins from #8 and #5 loses from #8, both #5 and #13 end up at position #8. In this case we look at:
  • The result of a match between these players, if any.
  • The results of matches with a common third player, if any.
  • The previous position of the players.

Frequently asked questions


We look at your most recent match results to determine your 'ideal' opponent. If you win twice in a row against a lower-ranked player, you get top priority to play against a higher-ranked opponent in the next round. We also make sure you do not play against someone you have played with recently.


Make sure you are logged in, go to settings, play settings, click on the pause button and select the rounds you want to skip.


Please send us the match details including the name of the players and the club. We will include the results at the end of the current round.

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If both players agree you can postpone a match. Select the match, click on the calendar and select a future date. Otherwise, register 'cancel match' and select the other player. The other player drops 1 spot.


You can continue the match at a later date if both players agree. Otherwise, the injured player cancels the match and drops one spot.


Select the match, click 'Cancel' and select the other player. The other player drops one spot.


If nothing is registered at the end of the round, the home player drops one place. Try to avoid this by making contact with the other player before it is too late. Cancel the match if the other player does not respond.


You can postpone a match if both players agree. Otherwise, cancel the match and select the other player as the reason. Try to be flexible in finding a joint day.

You can expect the home player to send a match invitation at least 3 days (72 hours) in advance of the match. The home player can expect the other player to respond within 2 days (48 hours).


You can postpone a match if both players agree by registering the planned match date. Otherwise register 'Cancel' and then select 'both players'.


Only results from league matches count towards your position. Results from friendly matches do not count.

If you want to play more league matches, you can update your play settings to play more often.


A suitable proposal for planning the match is:
  • The suggested day in the match email, or any of the days that the other player is available.
  • At least 3 days from today, for example: On Thursday night you suggest to play on Sunday morning.
  • No later than three days after the end of the round in which the match was set up.
You can also agree on another day together!