REPORTING YOUR MATCH SCORES AND OBTAINING CHALLENGER NAMES
HOW DO I REPORT MY MATCH SCORES OR OBTAIN THE NAMES OF THE PLAYERS I CAN CHALLENGE?
***It is the responsibility of the winning player to report the match scores***
Scores should be reported no later than the day after the match in order to keep the ladder as updated as possible. Match scores must be reported by July 1, August 1, and September 1 in order to be counted for the month that just ended (Ladder rule #4).
There are two ways to report your match scores:
1. Call the City of Bloomington's tennis hotline at 952-563-8878 extension 6 and leave a message
2. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: Please do not send an email to our league's email address, or use this website's Contact Form, as the City of Bloomington is responsible for keeping the ladder up to date, not us!
WHAT INFORMATION DO I NEED TO GIVE WHEN REPORTING SCORES?
When reporting scores, make sure to include the following information:
1. Your player name (and player number)
2. Your opponents name (and player number, if you know it)
3. Who won (just to confirm; however, only the winning player should be reporting scores)
4. The score of each set
5. Date of the match
HOW DO I OBTAIN THE NAMES OF THE PLAYERS I CAN CHALLENGE?
There are 3 ways to get the names of the 10 players above you on the ladder. The first one listed below is the best (and quickest) option.
Option 1: Go to the City of Bloomington's Parks & Rec website (Bloomington Parks & Rec), and click on the "Women's Tennis Ladder rankings by player number" link; the 10 players above your player number are the players you can challenge. (Note: check the update date at the top to make sure the date is within the last 2 days; if it is out of date, you may need to use one of the next 2 options).
Option 2: Email email@example.com, and ask for the next 10 player names above you. Use this only if the rankings on Option 1, above, is out of date (please send us an email if this occurs!). Please note: you may not receive a reply email for at least a day.
Option 3: Call the City of Bloomington's tennis hotline at 952-563 8878 extension 6 and leave a message, asking for the next 10 player names above you. Use this only if the rankings on Option 1, above, is out of date (please send us an email if this occurs!). Please note: you may not receive a return phone call for at least a day.