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TIE BREAKING
CRITERIA
1
Number of victories
In case of equality of match points by two or several teams, they will be classified in descending
order by the number of matches won.
2
Set ratio
In the case of equality in the number of matches won by two or several teams, they will be classified
in descending order by the result of dividing the number of all sets won by the number of all sets lost.
3
Points ratio
If the tie persists as per the set ratio, the teams will be classified in descending order by the
result of dividing all points scored by the total of points lost during all sets.
If the tie continues as per the points ratio between two
teams, the priority will be given to the team which won
the last match between them.
When the tie in point ratio is between three or more
teams a new classification of these teams following
the same tie-breaking criteria will be made taking into
consideration only the matches in which they played
against each other.
RANKINGS
1
Pool ranking
Total number of World Grand Prix points
gained in the pool
2
Overall ranking
Total number of World Grand Prix points
gained throughout the Preliminary Round
POINT
DISTRIBUTION
Result
Winner
Loser
3-0
3
pts
0
pt
3-1
3
pts
0
pt
3-2
2
pts
1
pt