Frequently Asked Questions

How do I score in Beginner Mode?

Open RacketStats to “Welcome to RacketStats”

Select Beginner Mode

Scoring screen appears; Player 1 is your player.  Player 2 is their opponent.

Each point has up to four parts:

  1. Who is serving
  2. 1st Serve (SERVE 1) or 2nd Serve (SERVE 2)
  3. Return of Serve
  4. Which player wins the point

Tap SERVING under the player that is serving.  The SERVING player can be changed at any time.

SERVE 1 has three options:

  1. ++, Ace when tapped twice
  2. InPlay, serve is in play
  3. –, Fault (when tapped, Serve 2 lights up)

SERVE 2, has three options and one difference from SERVE 1:

  1. ++, Ace when tapped twice
  2. InPlay, serve is in play
  3. –, Double Fault when tapped twice

Return of Serve: Tap either Forehand or Backhand

P1 or P2 Wins Point:  Tap the player who won the point

Player Wins Point confirmation:

After each game, set and match, a confirmation screen will show:

Help (RED ?) at top of screen OR Settings, FAQ’s

Changing the score.  Game and Set scores do not affect your Stats in any way so they do not have to be accurate:

Sharing Match Statistics:

  1. After the match is complete, go to the Welcome screen and tap STATS.
  2. At the top, Select the match stats you want to share from the dropdown menu
  3. Tap “Generate PDF”
  4. Tap “Share PDF”
  5. Select from the choices on your phone.

Additional Scoring Tips:

What are the Beginner Mode Statistics?

There are 11 statistics in the Beginner Mode.

Select a category to compare the player’s stats to:

Stats Categories

Serve

Return of Serve

Summary Statistics

How do I score in Advanced Mode?

Information screen appears, fill out or Skip

Add Player information, or Skip – you can put it in later

Each point has up to six parts:

  1. Who is serving and to Deuce or Ad courts
  2. SERVE 1, 1st Serve
  3. SERVE 2, 2nd Serve
  4. Return of Serve
  5. Key/Final Shot
  6. Which player wins the point

Tap SERVING under the player that is serving, change at anytime

Tap which court the server is serving to, Deuce or Ad; this will change automatically, but can be changed manually

SERVE 1 has three options:

  1. ++, Ace when tapped twice
  2. InPlay, serve is in play
  3.   –, Fault

SERVE 2, has three options and one difference from SERVE 1:

  1.   ++, Ace when tapped twice
  2. InPlay, serve is in play
  3.   –, Double Fault when tapped twice

Return of Serve:

  1. Tap either Forehand or Backhand
  2. ++, Return of Serve WINNER when tapped twice
  3. InPlay, Return of Serve is in play
  4. –, * Return of Serve is an error when tapped twice

Key/Final Shot:

  1. Tap Player that won or lost the point
  2. Tap Forehand or Backhand
  3. Key Shot Type
  4. GS – Groundstroke
  5. VL – Volley
  6. SM – Smash
  7. LB – Lob
  8. AP – Approach Shot
  9. PS – Passing Shot
  10. ++ – Winner
  11. —  Error
  12. If you can’t get the last shot recorded, you can tap P1 or P2 Wins

Player Wins Point confirmation:

After each game, set and match, a confirmation screen will show:

Advanced Scoring Tips

What are the Advanced Mode Statistics?

There are 34 statistics in the Advanced Mode.

Select a category to compare the player’s stats to:

Stats Categories

Serve

Return of Serve

Groundstrokes

Net Point

Summary Statistics

How do I get started with Beginner Mode?

Getting Started in Beginner Mode

How do I get match stats?

How to get Match STATS

Advanced Mode Match Info

Advanced Mode Match Info

Advanced Scoring

Advanced Mode Scoring

  1. Open RacketStats to "Welcome to RacketStats"
  2. Select Beginner Mode
  3. Scoring screen appears. Player 2 is your player; Player 2 is their opponent.
  4. Each point has up to four parts: