The Match Statistics screen shows detail for the match. The wins from the left and right figures are calculated from rallys that were served on the respective side and won as a percentage of the total serves from that side for the match. Rallys that resulted in strokes are not counted in this calculation
The bottom section scrolls vertically to display all the games in the match and may be swiped right-to-left to access the WSF scoresheet view of the games or swiped left-to-right to access the graphical progression views of the games.
The times serving are taken as the sum of the times each player was the server during the game and starts from when the “start now” button is pressed and finishes at the calculation of a winning score.
The number of serves would normally equate to the score for PARs matches but may be quite different for HiHo matches.
The WSF scoresheet views show the detail for each point of each game. The lets, strokes and other decisions are displayed here in the column of the player/team who called it so for example in the screenshot displayed, Team Lee/Natalie called let and won a stroke and won the server whereas Team Amr/Madeline called let which was decided “no let” and resulted in a point to Team Lee/Natalie.
The WSF scoresheet also includes the times for each point and these are calculated as the times between each point/handout/let/decision.
Swiping right-to-left shows the next game with the final swipe taking you back to the initial match detail view.
The graphical score progression screen shows the progression of the game with times between changes of scores, rates of scoring, how the lead changes and in the case of HiHo games, the number of hand-in hand-outs without scoring.
Swiping left-to-right shows the next game with the final swipe taking you back to the initial match detail view.
Use the back button to navigate back to the previous screen.