We have dropped in 2013,= in total matches as much as 21%, there had been only 1544 of them, S and D combined. We're still growing in some other ways, too, 2% growth in total players of the past year (258 ppl). I reckon, fewer matches because of worsening turf for amateur (possibly, the same as with the professional) tennis in Moscow, Russia. The court prices have grown again; how do I know it? Vere well, indeed. Having all data sent there by players for each individual match, then using TMM program
Well, this new package comes from Sourceforge as before https://sourceforge.net/projects/tclub/; major improvements, adding a combination of new match-like sports and a new user interface, which looks generally more narrow to fit into a mobile device; BTW 20% of using TMM comes from the mobile now (from about 2-3% a couple years ago). I've also ajaxed the pages, making those smooth transitions between pages, (hope you know). -- We're currently 9% down in number of played matches compared to July
Keep it simple, remove much of the unused .. and add other sports! That is a new spirit of the program, and a new look.
It's almost 7 years since I rewrote an application for money disbursement planning (my own code) into a tennis match stats engine. So far, so good: Moscow, Russia, and we are quite popular here, but now overwhelmingly. We've just finished another good tournament (Motivation Open 2013), and to-date stats shows 267 people have played 1792 matches, S/D combined, in 365 last days, all play together spending a total of 2,872,000 RUR on greedy court owners. Yes, court prices per hour here are amazingly
http://tennismatchmachine.com/db_ima...62d3_large.jpg - I had taken this data from our matches database, trying to figure out how much time, money and how many people it takes to play each new one thousand matches of the club; I knew it took us almost three years to count the first thousand, but the more people combined, the more matches played; but I did not expect what this kind of analysis led to : in the last 18 months we seem to have stopped growing : the 4-th thousand (190 days, 190 people);