So this year the club abandoned the traditional Ratings Committee method of doing club rating assessments and moved to a Play Performance method where your performance on court drives what your club rating is. Depending on whether you win or lose against players of a certain level (and by how much) will determine whether you move up or down in your club rating. You rise or fall until you find equilibrium playing amongst players of a certain skill level.
We're happy to announce that John Baloun (pictured) is the first club member to move up in skill rating arising from his outcomes in our Rated sessions. John has moved from a 3.5 skill rating to a 4.0 skill level...after 3 days of Rated play. Congratulations John!