This setting allows either home or away to start the first leg of the first set (using a bull shot or other method), after which all remaining sets will alternate starts automatically.
This setting will only apply to the first leg of each set, leagues can still choose specific rules for who starts the remaining legs within each set.
The most common format for selecting this setting is:
Shoot for bull before the match begins
Winner of the bull starts the first leg of all odd numbered sets
Loser of the bull starts the first leg of all even numbered sets.
This starting method is most common in singles leagues, but can be used by any league that has a multi-set format.
NOTE: Alternate set starts will only be automated when a match is played on a single tablet with the match completed in the same session. Matches that are suspended to play later or played on more than one tablet will require the starting player to be manually selected prior to each set.
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