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Re: International Tennis League (ITL)

Post by K50 on Wed May 04, 2011 2:35 pm

emperordaniel wrote:What do you expect, when playing against the Athletic Country? Razz
Oh Linktoria the athletic country my foot Razz

That line is such a cliché on Simsports it's not even funny Razz
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Re: International Tennis League (ITL)

Post by emperordaniel on Wed May 04, 2011 3:31 pm

It's funny that it's not funny Razz
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Re: International Tennis League (ITL)

Post by emperordaniel on Thu May 05, 2011 12:43 am


William White wrote:...Andy? Hi! Congratulations on your... whoops, are we on? Yes? Sorry, Andy. Talk to you later. Bye! Anyways, hello guys! If you've been in the dark as to how the match between the Kingdom of Waterbridge's last player (who ironically was the first ever player to sign up in the ITL) and the Republic of Karasem played out, fear not, you've come to the right place, for we shall reveal it to you! Without further ado:
The game began with a bad omen for Andre Vasser, as his first serve resulted in an out, automatically giving a point to his opponent, Tahirudin Kasim. He did, however, manage to get one more point before being pinned down by return after return. The game ended 30-Win in favor of Kasim.
Vasser did better in the next game, and he was soon 40-Love, with the aid of a netball from Kasimcity. However, as he said afterwards, Kasim was just waiting to prove how good he was at tennis, and he rapidly got advantage and then, he won again, Win-40.
He apparently was using the same strategy again in the third game, but this time, Vasser wasn't going to fall for that trick, and he first deuced Kasim, then got advantage, and finally defeated him Win-4.
However, this luck was not to continue, and he was defeated in the final game of the first set Win-30, partially thanks to a clumsy return that caused a netball, thus making Kasim the undisputed victor of the first set.

Vasser got a good start in the second set, as he, after a long game that included a 4-4 deuce, he won Win-4, with the advantage that always comes with such wins. He lost Win-30 in the next game, however, thanks to an unlucky net from his side. However, after a relatively long game that included an advantage, he won again, Win-40, in the third game, largely thanks to a netball and out from Kasim's side.
The next game was a huge dissapointment for Vasser, as he hit an out and a netball, and lost Win-15 to Kasim. He did win the next one Win-30, but nevertheless lost the sixth game to Kasim Win-4, after a 4-4 deuce, two advantages, and a final netball that cost him the game.
The seventh game was a success for Kasim, though he afterwards said it was one of the most tiring games he ever played, with deuces at 4-4 and 5-5, two advantages for Vasser and one for Kasim, a netball by Kasim which nearly cost him the game, and an out by Vasser which did cost him the game. The game finished at 5-Win, in favor of Kasim.
Kasim won the eighth and final game of the set Win-30, securing the second set for himself.

The second set started good for Kasim, as he got point after point, and he quickly reached Love-40. He then won, despite a final serve from Vasser that put the final score at 15-Win. Vasser struck back in the second game, with a reverse of the previous game, 15-Win. He won the next one too, despite a grand total of three netballs from his side, which helped put the score at Win-4 in favor of Vasser.
Despite this, Vasser lost the next game to Kasim, Win-15, and the one after that, 4-Win, with an out and a netball, both happening consecutively, and thus causing him to lose.
Vasser did well in the next game, with another 15-Win victory, but Kasim closely defeated him in the next game, 40-Win.
The next game brought Kasim's hopes one step closer to completion, as he defeated Vasser Win-30, aided by an out from Vasser. Winning three sets straight meant that Andre Vasser was totally defeated, and Tahirudin Kasim will advance to the next round, thus placing the burden of representing the United Confederacy of Massaria entirely on Hans Satturburn, from Andover. This game also ranked Kasim and Vasser #2 and #4, respectively, in the ITL.

That's all for now. Come back tomorrow to see the Democratic Republic of Martopia play Athens County. This is William White, signing off, and thank you for watching.
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Re: International Tennis League (ITL)

Post by Wacky32 on Thu May 05, 2011 7:02 am

Yay, we won! cheers
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Re: International Tennis League (ITL)

Post by simsamerica on Thu May 05, 2011 7:19 am

nooo!! Sad
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Re: International Tennis League (ITL)

Post by emperordaniel on Thu May 05, 2011 11:30 am

I'm sorry, Will Sad

I mean it! Smile
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Re: International Tennis League (ITL)

Post by simsamerica on Thu May 05, 2011 11:45 am

eh, i'll get over it Razz swscra helps Razz
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Re: International Tennis League (ITL)

Post by emperordaniel on Fri May 06, 2011 12:02 am


William White wrote:Good day people! Today, the match between Joe March, from the Democratic Republic of Martopia, and Larry Jackson, from the nearby nation of Athens County, was temporarily postponed because of the weather, but it later cleared up, allowing the match to proceed. Without further ado, the match:

The first game started like any other game, with a serve, in this case, by March. He quickly gained a point, and was on his way to a second, because of an outball by Jackson, but for unknown reasons, he touched the ball with the racket as it passed, giving the point to Jackson instead. Jackson quickly gained several more points, and despite his opponent soon afterwards gaining one more point, he won 30-Win.
March was luckier in the next game, as he won, 30-Win, thanks to a netball by Jackson, and despite a netball and outball from his side. Jackson again won in the third game, after a long battle that saw three advantages, two deuces, and a netball. The heated game ended 5-Win, in favor of Jackson.
March suprisingly breezed his way through the fourth game, totally defeating Jackson Love-Win. He also won the subsequent game with an advantage, Win-40, despite three netballs from his side. He gained victory, 40-Win, in the fifth game of the set, partially thanks to two netballs from Jackson, and despite a netball and out from himself. Thus, March won the first set.

The second set began as an embarrasment for March, as he hit two netballs in a row. He then, on his third serve, was able to get a ball through giving him a point. It was all points for him from then on, and a netball from Jackson finished the game with a March win, Win-30.
He again defeated Jackson in the next game, largely thanks to an out and a netball from Jackson, finishing the game 15-Win. He finalized the set in the third game despite an out from his side. He, despite that out, got advantage and defeated Jackson Win-40, ending the game and set.

Jackson finally started to strike lucky in the last set, as he quickly beat March Win-30. After a considerably longer second game, he finally got a decisive advantage and won 5-Win. He did, however, lose the third game of the set, largely due to an unlucky outball, which ended the game 15-Win in favor of March. He won the game and set, but not the match, in the fourth game, despite a netball and an out from his side, putting the final score at 30-Win in favor of Jackson.
Despite winning the final set, Jackson did not win the majority of the sets, and so he dropped out of the contest. March, on the other hand, will advance into the second round, where he will play Tahirudin Kasim from Karasem.

That's all for now. Come back tomorrow to see the Sunrise Empire play Cincinnati. This is William White, signing off, and thank you for watching.


(On a side note: This is the 1,400th post in the SimSports News section cheers )
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Re: International Tennis League (ITL)

Post by Wacky32 on Fri May 06, 2011 6:45 am

Ah well, nice effort Jackson! Very Happy
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Re: International Tennis League (ITL)

Post by emperordaniel on Sat May 07, 2011 12:21 am

William White wrote:Today's ITL match has been canceled, because of the death of our beloved King-Emperor Daniel IV & I. It will take place tomorrow instead. Here is his obituary:
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Re: International Tennis League (ITL)

Post by emperordaniel on Sun May 08, 2011 2:56 am


William White wrote: Hello, and welcome back to WSN news! Before we go on, we'd like to apologize to everyone that we weren't able to have the match between the Sunrise Empire and Cincinnati yesterday, but, as I'm sure you know by now, it was because of the announcement of the death of our dearly beloved King-Emperor Daniel I. Anyways, on to the match, between Miss Sally Potter, from the Sunrise Empire, and Miss Abby Mayo, from Cincinnati:

Potter did quite good initially in the first game, but then Mayo barreled ahead of her and beat her 40-Win. Largely thanks to two netballs by Mayo, Potter totally defeated her Love-Win in the next game. The third game was quite long, and included a deuce, but in the end, Mayo won it 4-Win. Despite two outs, Potter won the next game, 30-Win. After a long fifth game, Mayo took advantage and defeated Potter 40-Win. Potter reversed this in the sixth one, and beat Mayo, 40-Win. Despite a clumsy return resulting in a netball, Mayo won the seventh, 30-Win.
Potter started to play aggressively late in the eighth, surprising Mayo, who was just about to beat her. She quickly gained advantage, and Mayo, surprised, served a netball and an out consecutively, thus ending the game 40-Win in favor of Potter. Potter broke out of the cycle in the ninth game with a winning score of Win-30. She ended the set in the tenth, with another final score of 30-Win.

Mayo was lucky from the start of the second set, as her opponent served two netballs consecutively. Potter didn't want to give up any more ground to Mayo than she had already, and she fought deperately to prevent Mayo getting any more points. The plan worked- She won the game, Win-30. Potter pressed her luck further in the next game, and she was doing relatively well, but an unlucky out sealed the fate of that game, with a winning score of Win-30 in favor of Mayo.
Mayo rapidly won game three, thanks to a netball late in the game, which helped her advantage, and despite a netball of her own. The game concluded 40-Win, for Mayo.
Potter fought hard in the next game, knowing that she would lose the set, and thus run a risk of being dropped out of the ITL for the rest of the season, should she lose the game. She won, with one of her signature 30-Wins. Thanks to a netball from her side at the last minute, which thus added a point to her opponent, she won another characteristic Win-30. She then rapidly got advantage in the sixth game of the set, then won it 4-Win, thus securing her eventual victory in the match.

Mayo fought hard in the first game of the final set, winning it 40-Win after a long battle. Mayo, however, was defeated by Potter in the next game 15-Win. Potter also won the third game Win-40, despite an out late in the game that nearly cost her the game. She then went for a final victory, 30-Win, securing her place in the second round.

That's all for now. Come back tomorrow to see Louisville play the Socialist Republic of Matinenda. This is William White, signing off, and as I do, please observe a minute of silence in honor of Daniel I. Thank you for watching.
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Re: International Tennis League (ITL)

Post by Bess on Sun May 08, 2011 6:41 am

Yay!!!!! GO MISS SALLY POTTER!!!
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Re: International Tennis League (ITL)

Post by emperordaniel on Sun May 15, 2011 12:38 pm


William White wrote:Aieo! Welcome back! Again, we sincerely apologize for not reporting on the ITL recently, but that's because this season has been somewhat delayed as we are currently in National Mourning over Daniel I, and thus, we only have these matches on weekends. Anyways, today's match was between Mr. Simon Childs, brother of fellow ITL contestant Austen Childs, from Louisville, and his opponent from the Socialist Republic of Matinenda, Miss Olivia Delianni.

Miss Delianni was constantly keeping Childs on his feet in the first game, getting point after point, and the game concluded 15-Win in favor of Delianni. She continued to keep him on his feet in the next game, and thanks to a netball and out, and despite an out of her own, she won the next game as well, Win-30. She played hard in the final game, until her victory in that game, with a winning score of 40-Win, securing victory, 0-3, in the first set for her.

Childs did better in the first game of the second set, as he won Win-30, despite a netball from his side. However, Delianni fought back and rapidly overpowered Childs, beating him Win-15. However, Childs won the third game, Win-30, and won the next 15-Win, winning the set 3-1.

The fate of the match hung in the balances as Childs and Delianni battled it out in the beginning of the third match. Delianni quickly gained more points than her opponent, and defeated him 15-Win, thanks to a decisive netball at the last moment. However, Childs turned it around in the next game and defeated Delianni, 15-Win.
With the help of an out by Childs, Delianni totally wiped him out in the third game, Love-Win. Childs defeated Delianni yet again in the fourth game, 15-Win. He also won the next one, after a long battle. The game was very heated, and included an advantage, net, and out, but in the end, Childs got the victory, Win-40. Delianni reversed it and got advantage over Childs, and defeated him Win-40 in the sixth game.
Childs won Win-15 over Delianni afterwards, but he wouldn't win the next few games, as Delianni, despite a netball, won Win-30 in the eighth, 15-Win in the ninth, and Win-30 in the final game, winning the set 4-6.

Olivia Delianni, having won two out of three sets, qualified to enter the second round, where she will play against Sally Potter of Sunrise. Simon Childs is now out of the competition, although his brother, Austen Childs, is still in the competition.

That's all for now. Come back tomorrow to see Cincinnati play Athens County. This is William White, signing off, and thank you for watching.
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Re: International Tennis League (ITL)

Post by emperordaniel on Mon May 16, 2011 7:40 am


William White wrote:Welcome back, ladies and gentlemen, to the match between Tyler Frasor, from Cincinnati, and Percy Thomas, from Athens County. Let's get on with the report:

Thomas played well in the first game, but nevertheless, because of an unlucky outball, he lost the game Win-30 to Frasor. He fought even harder in the next one, and they passed the 40-mark with neither having won. They then deuced at 4-4, but a netball from Frasor broke the deuce and gave advantage to Thomas. He recovered though, deuced him 5-5, and went on to get advantage and win the game 5-Win. The game looked relataively promising for Thomas, with a 4-4 deuce, but he was foolhardy enough to try to return an obvious outball from his opponent, giving advantage to Frasor, who pressed it home, winning the game Win-4, and the set 3-0.

Frasor quickly won the first game of the second set 30-Win, although Thomas turned it on Frasor's head and won the next game 30-Win. It was going pretty equal in the third game, but a consecutive out and net from Thomas allowed Frasor to win 30-Win. Thomas again won 30-Win in the next game, and the fifth game was marked by a Frasor win, 30-Win. He then won the set 4-2 by rapidly defeating Thomas Win-15 in the final game.

Thomas did quite a bit better in the final set, with, thanks to Frasor hitting an out at the end of the game, a Win-30 in favor of Thomas. Frasor did win the next game Win-30, although it would be his only win in this set. Thomas, despite an out, got advantage and defeated Frasor Win-40 in the third game, and despite a netball in the next, again defeated Frasor 40-Win, winning the set 1-3.

Despite these spectacular wins by Percy Thomas in the final set, it wasn't enough, and he dropped out of the contest, meaning that Athens County dropped out of the ITL for this season as well, as he was the last Athenian in the contest. Tyler Frasor, on the other hand, is going into the second round of the contest, where there will be a fresh contestant to play against.

That's all for now. Come back on Saturday to see the Republican Kingdom of Grand and Belluterra play the United Kingdom of Cattala. This is William White, signing off, and thank you for watching.
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Re: International Tennis League (ITL)

Post by emperordaniel on Sun May 22, 2011 10:31 am


William White wrote:Welcome back, ladies and gentlemen, to the much-awaited game between the United Kingdom of Cattala and the Imperial Republican Kingdom of Grand, Belluterra, and Malo! The contestants were Christian Valetto, from Cattala, and the Crown Prince of Grand, Belluterra, and Malo, His Royal Highness Prince Imperial Luke Petersroy. We shall, in order to keep you from waiting, begin the report on this much-awaited match without further ado:

Prince Luke got an early lead in the game, but two sequential outs brought Valetto up to his level. It was a long battle after that, but Luke eventually got advantage and defeated Valetto Win-40. He also won the next game 30-Win, thanks to a netball by Valetto. His third win, again Win-30, ended the set 3-0.

Prince Luke continued his winning streak in the next set, with another win, 30-Win, but it was quickly ended by his opponent in the second game, when he got advantage and defeated the Crown Prince 40-Win. He defeated him again in the next game, again Win-40 with an advantage, and won the set with a fourth-game win of 30-Win in favor of Valetto, thus ending the set 1-3 with Valetto having won the set.

Prince Luke managed to get him back in the next game, as he got advantage and defeated his opponent 40-Win. The next game, however, would not be so easy, as they both played really hard, and got deuces, with their accompanying advantages, at 4-4, 5-5, 6-6, 7-7, 8-8, and 9-9, not to mention a netball from each side. Valetto then, obviously exhausted from the 30-minute game, hit two netballs in a row, ending the game Win-9 in favor of Petersroy, and concluding the longest single game in the history of the ITL.
Both were exhausted as they entered the third game of the set, but eventually Luke got advantage and defeated Valetto 40-Win, ending the set with a score of 3-0 in favor of Valetto.

Thanks to the game, which was played quite well by both sides, Grand wasn't kicked out of the ITL for the season, this time around. However, Christian Valleto, and Cattala, are out for the rest of the season, although they will most likely return for the next one. Prince Luke Petersroy will advance into the second round, where he will play Tyler Frasor from Cincinnati.

That's all for now. Come back on Saturday to see Louisville play Andover. This is William White, signing off, and thank you for watching.
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Re: International Tennis League (ITL)

Post by emperordaniel on Mon May 23, 2011 7:48 am


William White wrote:Hello, and welcome back to WSN news! Today we present the match between Austen Childs, from Louisville, and Hans Satterburn, from Andover. Let's proceed:

The match started out well for Childs, as he quickly defeated Satterburn in the first game Win-30. After a long game that saw advantages by both sides, a netball from Childs, and deuces at 4-4 and 5-5, the next game concluded 5-Win in favor of Childs. He again got advantage in the third game and defeated Satterburn Win-40, ending the set with a 3-0 score in favor of Childs.

The next set had a better lookout for Satterburn, despite faulting, and then double faulting, right at the very start, giving a point to Childs. He also hit a netball, but nevertheless, he still won the game Win-30. However, Childs won the next game thanks to an unlucky netball from Satterburn, ending the game Win-4 in favor of Childs. He also won the next one 30-Win, despite a netball of his own. Despite an out late in the game, he was able to recover, made a complete comeback, and won the game Win-40, ending the set 3-1 in favor of Childs.

Childs just cruised his way through the final set, winning the first two games of the set 30-Win and Win-30, and the final game of the match 15-Win, thanks to two netballs by Satterburn, ending the set with a Childs win, 3-0.

Thus, Austen Childs is now advancing to the second round. He has also tied his brother Simon for 15th place in the ITL rankings. Hans Satterburn, on the other hand, has left the ITL for the rest of the season, also ending Andover's participation in the league for the season. He is ranked last on the ITL Rankings list.

That's all for now. Come back on Saturday to see the Autonomous Presidential Republic of Belluterra play the Republic of Syldavia. This is William White, signing off, and thank you for watching.
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Re: International Tennis League (ITL)

Post by Wacky32 on Mon May 23, 2011 8:21 am

Good job Louisville! Very Happy
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Re: International Tennis League (ITL)

Post by emperordaniel on Sun May 29, 2011 10:09 am


[quote="William White"]Hello hello! Good to see you all back! Today, we present the match between John Smith, of the Autonomous Presidential Republic of Belluterra, and Alex Solev, of the Republic of Syldavia. Without any further ceremony, the match:

The first game started off good for Solev, as Smith quickly hit an outball, giving him a point. He then proceeded to 40 before Smith made a huge comeback, got advantage, and defeated him Win-40. Solev did win the next game, thanks to two sequential netballs by Smith, ending the game Win-40. Smith, however, won the next game Win-30, and, despite touching with his racket an outball from Solev, and also hitting a netball, and partly thanks to a netball from Solev, he also won the next game 30-Win, ending the set 3-1.

In the next set, Smith quickly got advantage over Solev, and, thanks to a final outball from him, won the game Win-40. Smith double-faulted in the next game, however, setting the stage for an extremely heated game. At one point Smith almost lost, and had it not been for the fact that the ball brushed the net as it passed, he would have lost the game. As it turned out, he won the game 5-Win. Smith, despite an outball, got advantage and won the next game Win-40, ending the set 3-0.

In the final set, Smith hit two netballs consecutively, but he quickly made up for that and won the game 30-Win. He also won the next game Win-4, after a heated game in which an outball was hit by both sides. Smith finally defeated Solev in the final game of the final set of the match, thus winning game, set, and match 15-Win, 3-0, and 3-0, respectively.

Thus, John Smith advances into the second round, where he will play Austen Childs from Louisville.

That's all for now. Come back tomorrow to see the Sunrise Empire play the Federal Republic of Nuevo Rico. This is William White, signing off, and thank you for watching.
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Re: International Tennis League (ITL)

Post by emperordaniel on Mon May 30, 2011 10:35 am


William White wrote:Hello again! Today, we present the much awaited match between Ed Jones, from the Sunrise Empire, and Keen Sweet, from the Federal Republic of Nuevo Rico. This match has been eagerly awaited by many, because they are the highest-ranked players in their respective countries. Without keeping you waiting any longer, since I'm sure you're one of those who have eagerly awaited this day, here we go; the match!

The contest started out sweet for Sweet, as he rapidly sterted gaining points. He soon had defeated Jones Win-30, despite an outball late in the game. The next game was extremely heated, and saw advantages on both sides, and deuces at 4-4 and 5-5. However, an unlucky stumble by Sweet caused him to hit the net, giving Jones the victory, Win-5. He turned the tables, however, in the next game, and, despite an outball, used Jones' outball to gain advantage, and got the victory Win-5. In the fourth game, Sweet quickly gained advantage and won 40-Win, ending the set 1-3 in favor of himself.

Jones got a good head start in the first game of the second set, but it was all but nullified by a quick comeback by Sweet, despite two netballs. Nevertheless, Jones still won the game, 4-Win. He was a little more unfortunate in the next game, losing 30-Win, but he got his luck back in the third game, winning 40-Win, after a heated battle that involved two netballs and an outball. Sweet won again, 40-Win, in the game after that, but, despite a netball from Jones, he lost the fifth game 4-Win.
The sixth game wasn't that impressive, despite an outball from Jones and a netball from Sweet. The game concluded 30-Win in favor of Sweet. The next game was heavily fought, and eventually ended with a Sweet win, Win-4. The game after that was one of the longest single games in the short history of the ITL, lasting nearly 45 minutes. It eventually ended when Sweet hit an outball, giving the victory to Jones, 5-Win. As evening approached, the game looked as if it would become the first ITL game to span more than one day. Sweet won the ninth game, Win-30, and after another hard-fought game, won the tenth one 5-Win, also ending the set 4-6 in favor of himself.

That's all for now. Come back on Saturday to see the conclusion of this memorable match between the Sunrise Empire and the Federal Republic of Nuevo Rico. This is William White, signing off, and thank you for watching.
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Re: International Tennis League (ITL)

Post by emperordaniel on Sun Jun 05, 2011 7:45 am



William White wrote:Welcome back, ladies and gentlemen, to the final set of the longest match in ITL history, between Ed Jones, from the Sunrise Empire, and Keen Sweet, from the Federal Republic of Nuevo Rico. Without any further unnessecary suspense, the set:

The final set started good for Jones, and thanks to an outball from Sweet, he breezed his way to advantage and to victory, 4-Win, in the first game. He also won the next game, Win-15. He lost to Sweet, however, in the third one, after a long battle that included advantage and an outball. The game concluded Win-40, in favor of Sweet. Sweet also won the next, 15-Win, but lost the fifth, 15-Win. He won the one after that, 30-Win, however, but lost the seventh game, 6-Win, partly because of a ball that went too low, producing a netball, and also in the eighth and final game of the set, again Win-6, despite an outball from Jones. Thus, Jones won the third set, ending the longest game in ITL

Despite this victory, Ed Jones didn't win the first two sets, thus setting the stage for Keen Sweet to enter the second round. However, Ed Jones, because of his excellent skill in tennis, which probably would have granted him success, had he been pitted against a different player, is now the #2 player in the ITL by a substantial margin, while his opponent, Keen Sweet, is now the #1 player in the entire SimTennis world, by an amazing 14-dot margin. It remains to be seen, however, if he will be able to mantain this status against the likes of Fernando Salazar and Tahirudin Kasim.

That's all for now. Come back tomorrow to see the Autonomous Presidential Republic of Belluterra play the Republic of Karasem. This is William White, signing off, and thank you for watching.
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Post by emperordaniel on Mon Jun 06, 2011 6:47 am


William White wrote:Good evening folks! As usual, we shall now turn to tennis, and more specifically, the match between Li Na, of the People's Republic of China, and Francesca Schiavone, of the Republic of Italy... oops, I meant between Phil Harold, of the Autonomous Presidential Republic of Belluterra, and Agus Saifudin, of the Republic of Karasem.

The match started out very good for Harold, as he quickly breezed his way to a Win-30 victory in the first game. He lost the next game Win-40 to Saifudin, thanks to 3 consecutive netballs. However, he struck back with a Win-15 win in the third game, and he won the set 3-1 when he won the fourth one 30-Win.

Saifudin found his luck in the second set, as he, despite an outball, and an aggressive play by Harold, got advantage and won the game Win-4. Despite a 3 netballs, he again gained advantage and won the next one 4-Win, partly thanks to a final outball from Harold. Harold, however, won the third game of the set, after an extremely long game that saw a netball, an advantage on both sides, and a deuce at 4-4 and 5-5. The game concluded 5-Win in favor on Harold. Harold again got advantage and won Win-40 in the fifth game, despite an outball. However, Saifudin fought back hard, deuced, got advantage, and won the sixth game Win-6. Thanks to a netball from Harold, he also won the final game of the set 6-Win, ending the set 4-2 in favor of Saifudin.

Harold played well in the first game of the third set, but, despite an outball from Saifudin, lost 5-Win. He played totally lousy after that, as he lost the second game Win-15, and the third game 30-Win, ending the set 0-3 in favor of Saifudin.

Thus, Agus Saifudin won the game, set, and match, and advances into the second round, where he will play the best player in the International Tennis League, Keen Sweet of the Federal Republic of Nuevo Rico. Phill Harold dropped out of the contest, and will not return to the ITL, as Belluterra pulls out of the ITL after this.

That's all for now. Come back on Saturday to see Linktoria play the Republic of Insulo. This is William White, signing off, and thank you for watching.
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Post by emperordaniel on Tue Jun 14, 2011 9:50 am


William White wrote:Welcome back! We apologize for not getting through to you earlier, but our main communications sattelite was damaged, and needed repairs, which are still ongoing. In order to prevent the overloading of the sattelite, I shall give a quick rundown of the two matches, and then list the players who shall advance into the Round of 16, beginning Saturday:

Fred O'Connor - Linktoria vs. Mitchell Carteret - Insulo
After a match comparable in length to most other ITL matches, Mitchell Carteret won the match 2-4, 3-5, and 1-4.

Thomas O'Malley - Martopia vs. Guivoini Ferdanario - Matinenda
Ferdanario totally defeated O'Malley 1-3, 1-3, and 0-3.



The Players advancing into the Round of 16 are:

Linktoria - Eric Owens
Sunrise Empire - Sally Potter (girl)
Martopia - Joe March
Cincinnati - Tyler Frasor
Louisville - Austen Childs
Grand - Prince Imperial Luke Petersroy
Belluterra - John Smith
Syldavia - Mikhail Salt
Nuevo Rico - Keen Sweet
Nuevo Rico - Red Valas
Karasem - Agus Saifudin
Karasem - Tahirudin Kasim
Insulo - Fernando Salazar
Insulo - Mitchell Carteret
Matinenda - Guivoini Ferdanario


See you all on Saturday!
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Go Linktoria, Cincinnati, and Louisville! Very Happy
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Post by emperordaniel on Sun Jun 19, 2011 9:16 am


William White wrote:Well well well! Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to the presentation of the first match of the Round of 16 in the ITL, between Mikhael Salt, of the Republic of Syldavia, and Fernando Salazar, from the Republic of Insulo. 20-year-old Salazar, the heavily favored contestant, due to his excellent record in the LTE and now in the ITL, emerged tonight to a huge crowd, which was largely composed of Grandian Ensunans and Insulonians. Anyways, enough about the opening:

The match started off quite well for Salt, as, despite a well-played play by Salazar, he soon gained advantage and defeated him Win-40. However, Salazar fought back, and after a long second game, which included a netball from both sides, advantages on both sides, and 4-4 and 5-5 deuce, he beat Salt Win-5. He quickly won the third game 30-Win and the fourth Win-15, ending the set 1-3 in favor of Salazar.

The next set also began luckily for Salt, as he quickly won the first game 30-Win, thanks to an unlucky outball from Salazar. Salazar, however, again defeated Salt in the second game, this time quite rapidly, as he won 15-Win. Despite two netballs in the game after that, resulting in two deuces, Salazar eventually gained advantage and wod Win-5. Thanks to an outball from Salt, he gained advantage again, and again won the game after that, meaning that he won the second set 1-3 as well.

The final set was terrible for Salt, as he lost the first game 15-Win within less than 10 minutes. He came close to winning in the second game, when he had advantage 4-5 over Salazar, but then Salazar struck back and within 5 minutes, thanks to a hasty outball from Salt, he had won the game Win-5. He, despite an outball and a netball, won the third game 30-Win, the third set 0-3, and the match 0-3. Thus, Fernando Salazar, the Tennis Star of Insulo, rises into the Quarterfinals of the ITL, while Mikhael Salt is out for the rest of the season.

That's all for now. Come back on Saturday to see Linktoria play the Federal Republic of Nuevo Rico. This is William White, signing off, and thank you for watching.
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Post by emperordaniel on Mon Jun 20, 2011 9:01 pm


William White wrote:Hi there everyone! Today, we present the match between Eric Owens, of Linktoria, and Red Valas, of the Federal Republic of Nuevo Rico. The match, which was scheduled for yesterday, was canceled to to bad weather, and took place today instead. Here we go, with the presentation:

Valas quickly gained advantage in the first game of the first set, despite Owens fighting back hard, deucing him 4-4. Nevertheless, thanks to a netball from Owens, Valas defeated him 4-Win. However, Owens got back at him, and despite an outball from Valas that he touched with his racket, he gained advantage and won the game 40-Win. He totally wiped out Valas in the next game Win-Love. Nevertheless, Valas defeated him again, Win-40, in the fourth game, despite an outball, and partially thanks to two netballs from Owens, which gave him advantage and won the game for him, respectively. Owens quickly won the next one Win-30 though, and finally defeated Valas 15-Win in the sixth game, also winning the set 4-2.

The first set of the next game lasted for over 20 minutes, with multiple advantages on both sides, and deuces at 4-4, 5-5, 6-6, 7-7, 8-8, and 9-9, but eventually Valas struck lucky and beat Owens Win-9. Owens, however, beat Valas Win-4 in the next game, despite a netball early in the game, which helped Valas to get advantage and nearly win. He also beat Valas 15-Win in the next game, but, after a really long fourth game, and despite 3 netballs from Valas, lost to Valas 7-Win, having deuced at 4-4, 5-5, 6-6, and 7-7. In the fifth game both sides quickly scored netballs, but nevertheless, Owens overcame this and defeated Valas 15-Win. In the sixth and final game of the second set, Owens reversed the conditions of the fourth game of the set, gained advantage, and defeated Valas, Win-7, ending the set 4-2 in favor of Owens.

The third, and final, set of the game had a long opening game, as did all the sets in this particular match. For a while the two opponents were just trading advantages and deuces, but eventually Owens beat Valas Win-6. The next game was a disaster for him, however, as, thanks to an outball, a netball, and a rare double fault, Valas quickly gained advantage and beat him Win-40. Owens got his revenge in the third game, when, despite a netball from his side, Valas struck 2 netballs, helping him in his eventual gaining of advantage and beating Valas Win-5.

Eric Owens, in the fourth game of the set, soon beat Red Valas, winning game, set, and match 5-Win, 3-1, and 3-0 respectively. Thus, Valas rises high above Salazar to become the #1 player in the ITL for now. Red Valas, despite losing, and leaving the tournament for the rest of the season, is still ranked #2 in the ITL, tied with Insulonian tennis star Fernando Salazar, who Eric Owens will be playing in the quarterfinals.

That's all for now. Come back on Saturday to see the Democratic Republic of Martopia play the Republic of Karasem. This is William White, signing off, and thank you for watching.
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