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QUICK RULES GUIDE & STACKING PROTEST PROCEDURES

The Quick Rules Guide  are most asked about from the OHSAA Tennis Manual.  It is two (2) pages in length and not all rules are there, but refer to the Coaches Manual or email the Rules Interpreter for other questions.

The Stacking Protest Procedure page are the new guidelines that you need to follow if you would like to protest a line-up during the team tournament.  Please make sure you are familiar with this document.

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