Nooo, Cindy!! It only works on REAL ratings.
anywya, they go the other way, I think, he would be a Dutch level 7, but ONLY if he had a verifiable rating.
the flip side of this is where a USTA rated player moves overseas (it happens, really!) and wants to play in, say, Australia.
We can take his USTA rating and accurately grade him in to one our leagues, 'cos it works!
However, using your argument, the reverse would not be true, as only 'USTA computer ratings' apparently count for anything...
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Last edited by Timbo's hopeless slice : 08-20-2012 at 09:38 PM.