As I understand it, with the lineups exchanged as follows... ----------- Team A ----- Team B 1 Singles -- Andrew ----- Barry 2 Singles -- Arnold ------ Bill ...if Barry does not show up for Team B, then Bill gets moved up to #1 singles, and Team A benefits by getting a default win for #2 singles plus by having their #1 player Andrew play Team B's #2 (and please let's not stray into a discussion on stacking etc). But today we ran into a situation where we were playing split shifts (#1 singles, #1 and #2 doubles first, and then #2 singles and #3 dubs later), and the opposing team's #1 singles didn't show. Their #2 singles player was not there either since he was only scheduled to play later. So what are you supposed to do in this situation? Can't play their #2 at #1 since he's not there. Maybe our #1 should have waited for their #2 to come later, and then play that as match #1? But our #1 was not able to stay that long. What we ended up doing was sending our #1 home, playing our #2 against their #2 at the scheduled time (during the second shift), and recording that match as #1 singles (with #2 a default win for us). Was this correct? If not, how should this have been handled?