TENNIS 1>2>3 is a software package developed specifically for tennis and racquetball tournaments. T123 also can be used for other racquet sports as squash, badminton, table tennis, and handball. TENNIS 1>2>3 has been used successfully since 1987 for hundreds of large (regional and national) and small (club and local) tournaments throughout the United States and Canada (plus Asia, Africa, and Europe). TENNIS 1>2>3 is by far the least expensive (FREE) tournament software available, and probably the one of the best.
The software is menu driven and easy to use. You quickly and easily enter data by answering simple questions. TENNIS 1>2>3 does everything else automatically. TENNIS 1>2>3 makes the entire no-conflict draw for all the events, automatically scheduling all the match times through the finals.
You get: easy-to-read draw sheets for all the events, player check-in rosters, partner check-in rosters, list of courts used and available, notification labels, and address labels. TENNIS 1>2>3 does much much more, providing capabilities and important information heretofore unavailable.
The many useful reports will tell you the names of the players entered in each event, the seeded players in each event, information about each player (name, address, events entered, paid or not, etc.), and general tournament data.
The add-on programs allow you to separate players from the same club or area so they do not play each other in the first round, control when events are automatically scheduled, accommodate players unable to play at certain times, enter scores on the draw sheets, create consolation draw sheets, create court control sheets and labels to better organize your tournament, interface with your EZDB club database for easiest data entry, keep account of entry fee payments. Make your next tournament the easiest and best. Start using TENNIS 1>2>3 as soon as possible.
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The add-on programs allow you to separate players from the same club or
area so they do not play each other in the first round, control when events
are automatically scheduled, accommodate players unable to play at certain
times, enter scores on the draw sheets, create consolation draw sheets, create
court control sheets and labels to better organize your tournament, interface
with your EZDB club database for easiest data entry, keep account of entry
SUMMARY OF ADD-ON PROGRAM USES:
***AUTOMATIC SCHEDULING: T123 automatically schedules all matches through the finals. The programs NOPLAY, TIMES, LIMIT, AND SPREAD allow you to better control the scheduling and are the most useful add-on programs.
***CONSOLATION ROUNDS: MATCH2 (primarily for racquetball) and FEEDIN (mostly for tennis) schedule the loser brackets. FEEDIN can be used for double-elimination, with the last round scheduled manually.
***DRAW SHEETS: T123 produces nice draw sheets. DRAW32 and SCORE produce different format draw sheets.
***TOURNAMENT AIDS: CRTLOG, EZSEED, and PAID can be useful.
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*** TOUGH TOURNAMENT MADE EASY ***
NATIONAL RACQUETBALL magazine (June 1989, page 31) had high praise for
the tournament at the Manchester (NH) Court Club: "Despite the awesome task
of scheduling such a large number of matches at 45 minute intervals, the
tourney was right on schedule...A sincere round of compliments is deserved
by all those involved..." TENNIS 1>2>3 tournament software was used
to schedule 438 matches on 448 court times during the 2 1/2-day weekend
tournament. The scheduling constraints included: no conflicts, no consecutive
match times, times certain players could not play, and times certain events
should be scheduled. As the article stated, it was an "awesome task of
scheduling", but TENNIS 1>2>3 automatically made an excellent tournament
schedule and complete draw sheets.
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