How the draw works

Each team will play each other once over the three nights of the World Tennis Challenge.

Each tie will be made up of one Men’s Doubles, one Men’s Singles and one Legend’s Singles.

Men’s Doubles will be played best of two sets with a match tiebreak to be played at one set all. Men’s Singles will be played best of two sets with a match tiebreak to be played at one set all.

Legend’s Singles will be played as a standard single 6-game set with a tiebreak at 6 all.

The team that has won the most number of matches at the end of the event will be declared the winner. Should the teams be even on the number of matches won, the team with the greatest number of sets will be the winner.

Should the number of sets be equal, the team that has won the highest number of games will declared the winner.

Should the number of games be equal, the teams that are equal with be declared dual winners.

For the purposes of recording a match tie-break will be counted as one set and one game to the winning team.