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Davis Cup Tennis Instructions. Kings County Tennis League. Communicate to your site leader for any clarification you may need. Please report to your specific site by 12:30 and walk your students over to Marcy Playground at 1:15, arriving by 1:30. Overview.

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davis cup tennis instructions

Davis Cup Tennis Instructions

Kings County Tennis League

Communicate to your site leader for any clarification you may need. Please report to your specific site by 12:30 and walk your students over to Marcy Playground at 1:15, arriving by 1:30

overview
Overview

Davis Cup is a Round Robin game with 10 courts, 5 courts for the 10 and over group and 5 courts for the 9 and under group.

We will split all the kids into four teams, not by Club but by skill. We will split the kids up to make the teams even. Each team will have a different color bandana to differentiate it from the other teams.

Each court will have one “defending” team on one side of the net and on the other side, a line of kids from the other teams “attacking”. We play out single points, kids on the attacking side rotate after each point.

We play four, 15-minute rounds to let each team have a chance to defend.

court layout
Court Layout

5

3

4

1

2

9 and under courts

3

4

1

2

5

10 and over courts

Myrtle Avenue

attacking side defending side
Attacking Side / Defending Side

Defending Side

Attacking side

Defending Side

3

4

1

2

5

Attacking side

Myrtle Avenue

game structure
Game Structure

Team A

Defending Side

Attacking Side

Team B, C, and D in line waiting to attack

A doubles pair or single player will defend their court for 15 minutes (they stay put)

The attacking side has players from the other three teams in a line challenging.

If an attacking player/doubles team wins a point, they advance a court

gameplay
Gameplay

Defending players stay on the same court for a 15 minute interval

Volunteers feed ball to challengers. If challengers win the point, they move to lowernumbered court. They move to a higher numbered court if they lose

Defenders stay for 15 minute interval

If challengers win they move to lowernumbered court

3

4

If challengers lose they move to highernumbered court

round 1 example lose point
Round 1 Example: Lose Point

Team A

Team A

Team A

Team A

Team A

Defending Side

3

1

2

4

5

Attacking side

Lose point: move to higher numbered court

Lose on court #5: move to back of line on court #5

Myrtle Avenue

round 1 example win point
Round 1 Example: Win Point

Team A

Team A

Team A

Team A

Team A

Defending Side

3

1

2

4

5

Attacking side

Win on court #1: move to back of line on court #1

Win point: move to lower number court

Myrtle Avenue

how does a team gain points
How Does a Team Gain Points?

Team A

Team A

Team A

Team A

Team A

Defending Side

3

1

2

4

5

Attacking side

Court #1 is Champion Court: It is where Attacking Teams rack up points for their team

Myrtle Avenue

point system
Point system

Only “attacking” players on court #1 can gain points for their team by winning a point.

Challenging players move to a lower numbered court for each rally they win and vice versa if they lose.

Defending players move randomly at the end of each 15 minute interval

Volunteers - Be sure to feed to the challengers, keep track of score if on court #1and allow time for water breaks every two rounds

volunteers keys to success
Volunteers: Keys to success

One volunteer feeding on each court.

Court #1 needs two volunteers (one to feed balls, one to tally the points for the attacking teams).

Additional volunteers will manage the flow of kids from court to court as they win or lose points.

Difficult spot: Pay special attention when transitioning between 15 minute rounds. Kids may become confused

If you see a court with no one there to “attack”, move kids from another court to fill the gap

at the end we report out the results
At the end, we report out the results!!

Fours Teams: A, B, C, and D (each representing a country)

Round 1: Team A Defends, Teams B, C, D Attack

Round 2: Team B Defends, Teams A, C, D Attack

Round 3: Team C Defends, Teams A, B, D Attack

Round 4: Team D Defends, Teams A, B, C Attack

Each Round is 15 minutes

10 and over team with the highest points wins

9 and under team with the highest points wins

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