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Groups and draw Group A P W L Standing David Dang Haseeb Ikram Rongkuan Li

Groups and draw

Group A P W L Standing David Dang Haseeb Ikram Rongkuan Li Group B Daniel
Group A
P
W
L
Standing
David Dang
Haseeb Ikram
Rongkuan Li
Group B
Daniel Kluger-Wynne
Girish Vatvani
Si Zhang
Group C
Jun Hoe Sung
Haoxu Wang
Sicong Zhan
Group D
Sam Miller
Richard Kang
Chirag Vatvani
Group E
Roger Cai
Riyan Cheng
Linh Phan
Group F
Qiulin Li
Manik Batra
Nabeel Latif
Group G
Xiao Fan
Sherwood Du
Ajdin Fergus
Group H
Lucky Loser 1
Lucky Loser 2
Lucky Loser 3

Singles Main draw (knockout stages)

1a v 8b

QUARTER FINALS Winner of 1a v 8b v Winner of 6a v 4b

SEMI FINALS Winner of QF1

FINAL W SF 1

6a v 4b 1b v 8a 4a v 6b

Winner of 1b v 8a vs Winner of 4a v 6b

Winner of QF2

2a v 7b

Winner of 2a v 7b v Winner of 5a v 3b

Winner of QF3

W SF 2

5a v 3b 2b v 7a 3a v 5b

Winner of 2b v 7a v Winner of 3a v 5b

Winner of QF3

Doubles seedings and draw (knockout)

1)

David Dang/Sam Miller

2)

Daniel Kluger-Wynne/Sherwood Du

3)

Xiao Fan/Roger Cai

4)

Jun Hoe Sung/Riyan Cheng

5)

Qiulin Li/Richard Kang

6)

Chirag Vatvani/Girish Vatvani

7)

Manik Batra/David Li

8)

Si Zhang/ Yundong Zhang

 

QF

SF

F

1

v 8

Winner of 1 v 8 v Winner of 4 v 6

Winner of semi final 1

4

v 6

3

v 5

Winner of 3 v 5 v Winner of 2 v 7

Winner of semi final 2

2

v 7

ANU Open Rules and Regulations 1. The competition director (Sam Miller) has, on behalf of

ANU Open Rules and Regulations

1. The competition director (Sam Miller) has, on behalf of ANU Table Tennis Club, the sole management of the competition.

2. The Championships will be played under the Rules and Regulations of the ITTF and Table Tennis Australia (TTA).

3. The Referee for the Championship will be Sam Miller (Table Tennis Australia State Umpire).

4. Balls: White, 3-star, 40 mm, Double Fish balls will be used.

5. The competition director reserves the right to cancel any event for any reason.

6. Consolation singles is open to all players who are eliminated in the first round of the open singles.

7. Where a doubles player is not available at the time when he or she is called on to play, the competition director may approve his or her replacement by another player. Where such replacement occurs, the replaced player is not permitted to participate further in the event in which the replacement has occurred.

8. A player is required to umpire at least one match for each event entered.

9. The competition director may cancel the entry of a player who fails to

comply with clause 10.Prizes for completed events will be presented at the conclusion of play 11.Rules: matches will be played under ITTF regulations 12.Equipment: Rubbers on rackets must be ITTF approved. 13.Players: All players in the competition must be ANU students or staff. 14.Seeded players will be listed in bold with a ranking next to their name 15.Balls: 40 mm white balls are to be used, supplied by the ANU table tennis club 16.Clothing: The main colour of shirt or shorts must not be white 17.Match format: All matches will be the best of 5 advantage games, 11 points.

18.Start Time: Individual matches must start within 5 minutes of the end of the previous one. 19.Time out: During any individual match (including doubles), a player or a team member may call a ‘Time Out’ by signaling the umpire (after the end of a point, but before the next point starts). Only one Time Out may be called for a player during the match. The time out is to be no longer than one minute 20.Toweling down: Play should be continuous except if the umpire deems necessary such as for removing moisture from the surface of a bat, which may be raised by either player before a point is played. Note that ceasing play to towel down may only occur when the total points played in a game is a multiple of 6 points. 21.Undue noise: Players must not make undue noise that could interrupt the concentration of players on adjacent tables. 22.Competition manager; during the competition the competition manager has the authority of the committee to provide leadership in organising various aspects of the competition and to resolve issues about conduct of play. 23.Reserves: If players do not organise a reserve or inform their captain on two or more occasions, then, at the discretion of the Competitions Director, they may not be permitted to continue in the competition. 24.The serve: To be legal, a serve must commence from behind the base line, and from above the table surface. The ball shall be presented and held still in the palm of the hand (unless it is not possible due to disability) prior to commencement of the serve. The ball shall be tossed vertically at least 16 cm and struck while falling. The ball shall be clearly visible to the opposing player(s) and the umpire. Players who do not abide by these requirements should work on them, and consult the competition manager. 25.Players not to call lets: Note that it is the role of the umpire (not a player) to call a let in play. This is especially important for a let in regard to disruption of play due to another ball entering the court. 26.Misbehaviour Incidents of misbehaviour, such as swearing or violent behaviour, should in the first instance be reported to the competition manager.