'You have to score to win!' - Display the Score!
Three most asked questions courtside at a tennis match:
The name of the player / players or the clubs
The ranking of the players
The scoreboard allows visitors to quickly become spectators / supporters encouraging and motivating the players.
Tennis very much has its own scoring system with points won registering as 15, 30, 40 and game, though if the score reaches 40-40 (universally known as deuce) a player must win by 2 clear points, the first point being scored as advantage. Tennis also differs in that only one player serves per game, with players alternating serve. A player must win 6 games to win a set, though if the set reaches a score-line of 6-6 a tie-break will be played to decide who wins the set. A tie-break is scored in single points with the first player reaching 7 points winning. However, should the tie-break score reach 6-6, a player must open a 2 point advantage to win. Women's tennis matches are best of 3 sets, whilst men's tennis matches can be best of 3 sets or 5 sets.
Score keeping in Tennis
The advertisement panel on the board can be used to display the number of the court for large clubs and schools, however it is a favourable option to use this space as advertising, bringing revenue to the club.
Score keeping in competitive sport!
For indoor and oudoor tennis courts.
Scoring each match and tweeting the results is high on every clubs adgenda, and all the sponsors love it! Tennis scorers are a fashionable practical accessorie for all tennis courts.
Low cost scorer.
Umpires, players and supporters look at the match scorer many times duing the game. Junior players, senior match players, recreational tennis partners and club players all use tennis scorers every match!