January Polar Bear

Round Robin rules Round Robin (RR) Play provides a structured rotational format of play for any number of players. Round Robin play is a tool used to help organize play for skill group play times. While a true Round Robin involves each player playing every other player through the full rotation, due to the size of some round robin groups and the time constraint to play the session, this may not always happen. 

You need to arrive 15-30 minutes early and sign up. 

           • Donation 

           • Sign Waiver 

           • Warm up in your assigned courts

» Once signed up, please assist with any court setup required. 

» You do not need a partner for round robin play, you will play with everyone.

» It is important you stay for the whole session, unless there are spares to cover you. 

          • If a player is not able to play, the remaining Game scores for that player will be 0-7.

» We will be using 9 courts total for all 3 different levels of play, please do your best to remain in your courts unless you need to report a score. 

» Round robin will be 11 games, which should be able to be completed in a 2-3 hour time period. 

» Ensure to follow social distance practices recommended by the CDC, the format is set up for continuous play, we recommend wearing a mask and stay 6 feet away from other players when not playing.