- A match is won when a player wins a 8-game Pro Set. During the finals of tournament play, the players have the option to play a 8-game Pro Set or a best two-out-of-three sets regular match. If there is a disagreement on the type of final to be played, the 8-game Pro Set will be used.
- Due to time and space limitations, the "No-Ad" method of scoring will be used. A player need win only four points to win a game. That is, the score goes three-points-all (or deuce) the next point decides the game - it's game point for both players. The Receiver has the right to choose to which court the service is to be delivered on the seventh point. If a "No-Ad" set reaches 7 games all, a tie-breaker shall be used.
- Singles tie-breakers will follow the following format. 'A' serves first point (from right tie-breaker court); 'B' serves points 2 and 3 (left and right); 'A' serves points 4 and 5 (left and right); 'B' serves point 6 (left) and after they change ends, point 7 (right); 'A' serves point 8 and 9 (left and right); 'B' serves points 10 and 11 (left and right); and 'A' serves 12 (left). If point reach 6-all, players change ends and continue as before. A tie breaker is won when a player or team reaches seven points (with at least 2 point margin established), or after a 6-all, a player or team establishes a 2 point margin.
- Doubles tie-breakers will follow the singles format with the following revisions. Doubles partners will preserve the sequence of their serving turns. (Assuming A & B vs. C & D): Player 'A' serves first point (right); 'C' serves 2 and 3 (left and right); 'B' serves 4 and 5 (left and right); 'D' serves point 6 (left) and after team change ends, point 7 (right). Continue this order until a team wins.