Reports show not just what a player's current dynamic rating is estimated to be, but also a detailed chart showing how each match rated, including calling out singles vs doubles as well as playoff matches, and how the dynamic rating changed as a result. There is also a partner report showing how the player's matches rated on average when playing with each of their doubles partners.
Current NTRP: 4.0C
Starting Dynamic Rating: 3.92
Estimated Dynamic Rating: 4.1
Match Record: 17-8
Singles Record: 3-1
Doubles Record: 14-7
Sets Won-Lost: 37-21
Games Won-Lost: 267-208
Best Match Result: 4.43 on 10/29/16
Worst Match Result: 3.57 on 8/26/16
Highest Estimated Dynamic Rating: 4.13 on 10/29/16
Lowest Estimated Dynamic Rating: 3.81 on 6/4/16
Singles Average Match Rating: 4.13
Doubles Average Match Rating: 3.94
Singles Average Match Rating by Level:
4.0 - 4.13
Doubles Average Match Rating by Level:
4.0 - 3.90
8.0 - 3.91
9.0 - 4.27
The chart above shows match ratings from singles matches in green and doubles matches in blue. The dynamic rating resulting from each match is shown in red. Wins are shown with the 4-pointed star while losses are triangles. Matches in playoffs are annotated with an L for local playoffs, D for district/state/regional playoffs, an S for Sectionals, and N for Nationals.
This player was a strong 4.0 to start the year and hovered right under the threshold to be bumped up most of the year, but with their Nationals results moved over and should be bumped up at year-end.
While they played more doubles, they actually had higher match ratings in singles, although that average is buoyed by one really good result at Nationals. But they had their highest match ratings playing in their 9.0 league.
The table below shows how this player's matches rated when playing with their different partners.
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