Custom Points: This system allows you to determine how many points are awarded for playing a match, winning a match, set, or even a game. You can also deduct points for a loss or award more points for winning in straight sets or a higher ranked team.
Elo Rating: This system is the best system for ranking teams by their ability. Each team will start with 1500 points, which will increase as they win and decrease as they lose. The amount of points gained or lost from a match is dependent on the points of the opponent played. For example, if a 2000 point team beats a 1000 point team, very little change will occur to either teams rating. However, if a 2000 point team loses to a 1000 point team, both teams ratings will change drastically. Teams points will also change more drastically during the first games that are recorded. This allows teams to reach a stable equilibrium quickly. Learn more here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elo_rating_system
Leap Frog: This is the most basic and simplest ranking system. When a lower ranked player beats a higher ranked player, the lower ranked player "leap frogs" over the higher ranked player, pushing them and each player initially between them down one spot. If the higher ranked player wins, nothing happens.
Leap Frog Plus: This system is the based on the classic Leap Frog system, but also awards additional points based on points won and lost. This rewards players with points regardless of the outcome, and encourages more play. Here is how it works:
If you play first to 11, there are 21 addition points awarded in addition to leaping (or not leaping). This is because 21 is the maximum number of points that could be played (11-10). The loser always gets 1 point for each game they win, and the winner gets the rest.
Lets say team A is ranked #1 and has 200 points, and team B is ranked #5 and has 150 points. Here are two sceniaros to help see what could happen:
1. If team A wins 11-1, they would then have 220 points, and team B would have 151 points.
2. If team B wins 11-4, they would then have 217 points, and team A would have 204 points.
Manual Points: This system allows you to manually enter the amount of points a player or team receives or loses for each match, forfeit or even declined challenge. Using these points, the sytem will automatically compute and update the rankings.
Win/Loss Percentage: This system awards point by a win/loss record of matches or points played. For example, for match win/loss, if you have won 2 out of 4 of your matches, you would have 50.04 points. Where 50.04 represents 50% win/loss percentage and 50.04 represents the number of matches played. This system ensure that players who have played more matches, would have a better ranking than players with the same win loss record but with less matches played.