2008 6th CNASA Table Tennis Tournament Guideline
Co-Host: MIT TT-CLUB, MIT CAST
Sunday, Oct. 12th, 2008
9:00AM ¨C 7:00PM
Location: duPont Athletic Center MIT
Men Division A
Men Division B
1. Each team consists of a
captain, 3 ¨C 5 players. There is no limit for number of coaches. Each one can
have multiple roles.
2. Before each match, teams
will need to decide which team is home team and which team is visiting team, by
3. If for unavoidable
leaving, the unfinished game will be recorded as 0:3 loss and each of the
unfinished sets will be recorded as 0:11. The reasons include health problem,
injury, emergency absence and any type of dismiss due to the violation of the
tournament rule and agreement. If there is remaining game for the absentee, a
substitution can be made. When a player leaves the game with whatever
reason, s/he can no longer play any game in this tournament.
5. There will be no timeout
during a set. There will be a timeout up to one minute between sets.
6. All paddles should follow
ITTF regulations. All player¡¯s serves should also follow the related
regulation. Each violation will be panelized for one point.
7. Due to limited resource,
there will be no referee during competition. Both team should provide score
keeper and each point should be announced loudly. It is player¡¯s responsibility to record
and report the score to the front desk. The organizer will provide some
mechanism to resolve any dispute during matches. All parties MUST accept the
final decision made by the referee committee.
8. The tournament adopts
11-piont formats. Each game will be decided by the best of 5 sets.
9. Pool ranking will be
decided by win-loss record. If two teams are tied in the win-loss records, the
tie breaker will be head to head result. If more than two teams are tied,
win-loss record of those who are tied, net games, net sets, net points of those
team will be used respectively in the entire round robin.
1. Men¡¯s Division A
10 teams will be divided in to two pools playing round robin. The winner and
runner-up of each pool will be advanced to play-off.
Each match will be decided with three games and all three games need to be
played no matter it is 1-1, or 2-0.
The teams in Pool 1:
The teams in Pool 2:
Pool-1 winner vs. Pool-2
Pool-2 winner vs. Pool-1
2. Men¡¯S Division B:
teams are divided into 4 pools. Pool 1 and 4 will have 4 teams in each. Pool 2
and Pool 3 have 5 teams each.
in Pool 1 and 4 will play round robin in best of 5 games. Team in Pool 2 and 3
will play round robin and each match will be decided in three games (same as
Top two teams in each pool will advance to
winner vs. Pool 3 runner-up
winner vs. Pool 4 runner-up
winner vs. Pool 1 runner-up
winner vs. Pool 2 runner-up
3. Women¡¯s Division
teams will play round robin to decide the winner.
teams that play women division are:
10 teams are divided into two pools. Teams in each pool play round
robin to decide their ranking in the pool.
Top two teams in each pool will be advanced to playoff.
Each match is decided in three games. Each game is decided in best of
winner vs. Pool-2 runner-up
winner vs. Pool-1 runner-up
consolation games will not be guaranteed due to time limit.
third vs. Pool-2 fourth
third vs. Pool-1 fourth
fifth vs. Pool-2 fifth
lead report to front desk
9:30AM Men¡¯s division B matches begin
12:00PM Men¡¯s division A begins
15:30PM Women¡¯s Division begins
The detailed schedule will be
available in a separate document.
Important Note: Due to some
uncertainties, minor change might be made without further notice. However there
will be no major change.