With a playoff spot on the line, two captains collude and neglect to report scores in their final match until they see how the other teams do. Upon seeing the results, in which they're both mathematically eliminated from the post-season, they then not only lie about the results of their final match, but attempt to go back and edit the scores from their previous match, earlier in the season, to tilt the standings in their favor. Who needs sandbagging? All you need to do is change your scores in the computer. In fact, why even play the matches? Classically, the USTA dragged their feet on this one, too - and the matter was settled only after the colluding captains' own teammates stood up and told the truth. The USTA is completely asleep at the wheel. It's no wonder there are so many alternative leagues popping up around the country.