tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8667040408248931138.post2360862373693572891..comments2019-04-08T20:13:39.315+03:00Comments on Let, Second Serve: World Tour Finals 2014 - Qualification Scenarios (Group B)Annahttp://www.blogger.com/profile/07742915861101677012noreply@blogger.comBlogger3125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8667040408248931138.post-41518668515687529062014-11-12T11:59:04.400+02:002014-11-12T11:59:04.400+02:00Thanks, I'd forgotten the 2 players = H2H rule...Thanks, I'd forgotten the 2 players = H2H rule. JillAnonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8667040408248931138.post-64101758430095053492014-11-12T11:50:44.457+02:002014-11-12T11:50:44.457+02:00No. If they both win in 3, this is what happens:
R...No. If they both win in 3, this is what happens:<br />RF, KN, AM all have 2 wins, MR has 0. So we have a 3-way tie, and we go to set ratio.<br />RF is 5-2, KN and AM are both 4-3.<br />So RF qualifies first, and we're down to KN and AM. Now that we're down to 2 players, what decides is their H2H - and since Nishikori beat Murray, he's the one who qualifies as 2nd.Annahttps://www.blogger.com/profile/07742915861101677012noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8667040408248931138.post-25211088603769346412014-11-12T11:42:05.448+02:002014-11-12T11:42:05.448+02:00If Andy and Kei both win in 3 sets, should the 2nd...If Andy and Kei both win in 3 sets, should the 2nd qualifier be decided on games ratio??<br />Jill.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.com