Robin snader thesis

Good afternoon and greetings from London, England. I have a request which may prove too complicated but, I suppose, that is why I am asking. The problem: I am arranging a round robin tennis tournament in June. There are 8 women and 6 men. We have 3 days and 4 courts available. We want to play doubles (ideally mixed but either MM, MW or WW will be acceptable). Each M (. M1, M2...) should play with each W (. W1, W2) and then possibly play non-mixed as well if there is time. Thus, we could start with M1 & W1 vs M2 & W2 on Court 1. On Court 2, we could then begin with M3 & W3 vs M4 & W4. And so on. What I'm trying to determine is how many permutations are there, and how many matches should we attempt to play?

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Robin snader thesis

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