I played in a tournament this past weekend and won my first match 6-1, 6-0. My opponent was sort of obnoxious on the court, often screaming and generally freaking out, but was a pretty nice guy when actually talking to him before and after the match. [This is pretty common amongst tennis players, who can be fairly insufferable during a match, but quite talkative and friendly after a match, even if they lose.] Anyway, I was completely soaked as it was hot and humid, and I was going to go report the score before I went to my car, but he said "no probem, I'll do it." I thought nothing of it. The tournament director finally updated the tournament website last night, and I see that my opponent reported the score as 6-2, 6-2. No, it doesn't matter in the big picture, and I'm not vain enough to actually get the score corrected (a win is a win), but it sort of baffles me. Seriously, a grown adult is so insecure that he has to add three games to the score just to feel better? I've played tennis for 25 years, won maches 6-0, 6-0, and lost matches 6-0, 6-0, and won and lost matches by every conceivable score in between. It never occurred to me to report the score as anything but what it actually is, even if it was an embarassing blowout. I know, a pointless rant. Has this happened to anyone else?