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Old 01-31-2008, 09:27 PM   #5
Applesauceman
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Putting together a superteam is extremely difficult. There's always at least someone, if not several someones, whose feelings are hurt if they are not selected for the superteam over their peers. Grown men don't know their own limitations, and egos take over. It tends to become to internally competative, typically resulting in poor sportsmanship. It frequently destroys the social aspect of team tennis. Everyone wants to win and winning is fun, but not at the expense of friendship.
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