tie break tens

Tie Break Tens is a tennis format in which only tie-break matches are played. There are no games or sets, only tie-break matches and the winner is the first player to reach 10 points and lead by a margin of two. Most other traditional rules of tennis are the same. The inaugural Tie Break Tens event took place at the Royal Albert Hall on 5 December 2015 and was won by Kyle Edmund. A second edition of Tie Break Tens took place on 23 October 2016 in Vienna at the Erste Bank Open 500, with Dominic Thiem defeating Andy Murray in the final. A third edition of the event took place on 4 May 2017 in Madrid with men's and women's events running side-by-side for the first time. Grigor Dimitrov won the men's title with Simona Halep taking the women's title. It is a short-format version of tennis, similar to other alternative forms of traditional sports, such as T20 Cricket and rugby sevens. Wikipedia