Any good Tennis Tournament software out there?

Discussion in 'Adult League & Tournament Talk' started by i_am_ibiza, Apr 5, 2007.

  1. i_am_ibiza

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    Our club is preparing for an invitational tournament this summer and I'm looking for a Windows-based tennis tournament software program that will help in the overall management of the event? Any ideas?
     
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  3. Raiden.Kaminari

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    If it is an official USTA tournament, they usually provide you the software.
     
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    the usta stuff is not as good. not as well designed.
     
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    it doesn't have to look pretty, it just has to function well, which it does
     
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    usta does not function as well as drawsheet. the underlying paradigm behind the drawsheet app is far superior. USTA works but is a "contraption" compared to drawsheet.u have to use drawsheet for a while to know what im talking about.
    once u get the hang of it...ull never look back.

    being pretty or not has nothing to do with software design.
     
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    i use drawsheet.very good.best out there in my opinion.the help is limited but
    the app is intuitive and easy to get the hang of.very versatile.i can upload a set of events and then publish the entry link and have my players signup.after a month or so, i download all my entries and can have the draws and players times/schedules back up on the net in about 30 mins.very simple to use.but very powerful at the same time.at 100 eur per year u cant go wrong.

    i havent used usta's sw but i was using a dutch site, and its just not as good or easy to use (plus more expensive).with drawsheet i can generate a result file and then "suck" back into the app a number of result files from a number of previous tournaments.I then can have all my players results going way back easily at hand.all in all a serious app, which hits the nail on the head.

    i believe they are running a free trial at the moment, so see for yourself.
     
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