Think of a pickleball “ladder” as a graphical representation of a player’s ranking (by skill and performance) over a period of time. The rungs on the ladder represent a player’s current position (ranking) on the ladder relative to the other players.
- The top rung is the individual currently ranked the highest (the best winning percentage)
- The bottom rung is the lowest-ranked individual or team.
What are ladder leagues?
Ladder leagues are organized leagues in which players with similar skills compete against each other in a competitive, structured and weekly format.
We offer an individually ranked, round-robin format. Pickleball ladder participants will be placed in groups of four in the order of their position (ranking) on the ladder each week.
- In this format, all players will play three doubles games in a round-robin format with the other three players in the foursome.
- After the scores are tallied for each of the three matches, players may be individually moved up or down the ladder the following week, depending upon their performance in those three round-robin games.
The ultimate goal is to climb the ladder to the highest rung. Each participant will be responsible for recording and reporting their own scores after each match. Prizes will be awarded for the top ranked individual of each ladder, as well as the participant who moves up the most ladder rungs.
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