Player Ranking


If you want to advance, you can challenge people ranked (maximum) 3 spots above you. So #8 can challenge #7, #6 or #5. You can challenge people by sending them an e-mail (or by phone, messenger, etc.) 

Should you beat someone (or get beaten), you simply exchange places in the ranking. The number in parentheses indicates your current position in relation to your previous one. If you challenge someone or get challenged, you have 3 weeks to get it done, or you automatically exchange places by walkover (however, exam periods, vacation etc. have to be taken into consideration.

We suggest doing 1-set matches, but you can also do 3 if you like (let's stay away from 5-set Grand Slam matches, though...).

You usually have to book your own court to play the matches, although if it fits for everyone, you can arrange to use an OSI session.
As a rule of thumb, new players start out at the bottom, but exceptions can be made if it's clear that the new players are better than others listed in the ranking.

It is mandatory for team players to be on the ranking list. Other players can also use the ranking list to prove their strength if they want to join the competitive team.
When you need adjustments in the ranking, just contact Kjetil ( and he will update the list.
You can also contact Kjetil if you want to join the ranking or withdraw from it.

1Erlend Bakke (+2)
2Marius Myhre Fartum (-1)
3Sivert Bocianowsky (+1)
4Kjetil Taksdal (-1)
5Håvard Næ
7Robin Sørensen (-2)
9Nick Adrian
11Jørgen Prytz
12Salman Khan (+3)
13Francisco Gomez (+3)
14Olav Andreas Kaasa Hammer (-3)
15Stian Rekdal Nielsen (-3)
16Mohammed Abdellaue (-3)
17Mathias Ysen 
18Lotta Larsson (-1)
19Tore Alvestad
20Krithika Gunesgran
21Hien-Minh Van Tran

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