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Old 01-27-2012, 02:43 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by OrangePower View Post
You'd need to clarify what you view as 'not competitive'. For example, playing against a top level 3.5, a score of 2 and 2 would be considered competitive enough to warrant a low 3.5 rating. Remember that according to USTA, a person at top of level should theoretically bagel/breadstick a person at bottom of level.
I always thought two breaks or more was considered non-competitive.
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