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Divisions: A AA B BB C D

The balls are flying at this event. Men, women and mixed teams work up a sweat in this double elimination tournament. (6 players - 2 men, 2 women, 1 mixed team)

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Pairs Format, Double Elimination Brackets: 
Men’s Doubles
Women’s Doubles
Mixed Doubles

Roster Due:

August 27

Game Days:

September 3 - 5
*NOTE: Men's, Women's & Mixed will play on the same night for each division.
If you have a male or female playing on both the Mixed and Men's/Women's team you run the risk of a forfeit.


Play begins: 6:30 p.m. each night. All teams should arrive at that time for table assignments. Play will be continuous. Winners should report results of match and score immediately upon completion of play.


Table assignments will be made on the day of competition.
All teams should arrive and be ready to play by 6:30p.


Tuesday, 9/3
6:30 pm
Division C
Division D


Wednesday, 9/4
6:30 pm
Division AA
Division B


Thursday, 9/5
6:30 pm
Division A
Division BB


Richardson Civic Center - Grand Hall
411 W. Arapaho
Richardson, TX 75080


Huffhines Recreation Center
Reservations are available starting July 21st
Starting July 28
Sunday 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
For reservations contact: Huffhines Recreation Center, 972-744-7881
Reservations must be made - please call ahead!
Located at: 200 N. Plano Rd Richardson, TX 75081


Heights Recreation Center
Reservations are not available until July 22nd
Starting July 29th
Monday - Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
For Reservations Contact Heights Recreation Center
711 W Arapaho Rd Richardson, TX 75080
Reservations must be made - please call ahead!

Procedure :

Athletes should check in each day at the registration desk at least 30 minutes prior to their scheduled competition.

Appropriate identification must be presented at the time of registration.


See Identification Segment for acceptable forms of ID

Substitution Information: Substitutions (male for male and female for female) will be allowed prior to the START of the event for players who cannot play for one reason or another.
No substitutions are allowed after a team’s first match has begun. Failure to continue play, whether due to injury, prior commitment, poor performance, or any other reason, will result in a forfeit of the match.
Corporate Challenge Will Provide: The game ball - your team should provide practice balls. Some paddles will be available for check-out (must have drivers license).

Matches will consist of best (3) of (5) games played to (11) points with a win by (2).


In the winners bracket play if a team is late the coordinator will move to the next game with no penalty. If it is the last game of a round the missing team will be placed in the losers bracket.


If a team concedes a match or has started and ceases to play during an event, all prior wins or losses will still stand and any points earned will still be awarded.
Ceasing to play in an event in this manner must be announced to the event coordinator.


*NOTE: Men's, Women's & Mixed will play on the same night for each division.
If you have a male or female playing on both the Mixed and Men's/Women's team you run the risk of a forfeit.

Points :

A complete team will earn 30 participation points. Complete teams consist of six different people; men's, women's and mixed pairs.


Incomplete teams will earn one point for each participant.


PLAYERS MAY NOT WEAR ORANGE SHIRTS. White shirts are permitted.
No uniform is required, but it is recommend that each company wear their Corporate Challenge shirts.

Body :

The United States Table Tennis Association will govern play except as noted: 

  • Participants may use rubberized paddles only. Paddles and balls will be provided.
  • Players will score their own games. Tournament officials will determine protests.
  • Players on a team alternate playing the ball on each shot.
  • A side regardless of which side is serving can win points. A side shall serve the first two (2) points of the game; the opposition shall serve the second two (2) points, and continue throughout the game.
  • Service shall alternate between the players serving from right to left.
  • On service, the ball must leave the server's hand. The ball must be projected upward at least 6 inches above a flat palm, and be struck on the way down. The opponent must be able to see the ball prior to service.
  • On a let serve a ball is served over if in passing over the net, the ball touches the net or its supports, provided the service otherwise is good.
  • Teams alternate sides between games.

A point is lost when:

  • Player fails to make a good serve.
  • The ball touches the player's court twice consecutively.
  • The ball touches the floor or a wall when it is being played in the player's court.
  • The ball fails to pass over the net after being played.
  • If the play touches the player anywhere above the paddle hand or touches anything he wears.
  • If the player's free hand touches the table or net while the ball is in play.
  • If a team fails to alternate playing the ball on their side.

Winners should report results of match and score to event coordinator immediately upon completion of play.
The balls are orange in color.