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Old 07-31-2012, 02:50 AM   #9
jmnk
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Originally Posted by dizzlmcwizzl View Post
JRB ....

We did it. We beat a team with 3 out of level self rates.

Our team was undefeated on the season. We played the team that only barely lost to us during the season in the finals. They brought out two more ringers for the finals. A kid that plays number 1 for West Chester University and a highly rated high school kid that looks like he is 12.

Anywho, during the finals our college kid beat their college kid so that was unexpected and a bonus.

The match was tied 2-2 and our court was the deciding court. We were playing the HS kid and the Russian, a 60 year old solid doubles player. We were on serve in the first when all of the other courts finished. I asked and was told that our court was the decider. I made sure my partner and our opponents knew what the stakes were. We did not lose a game after that winning 7-5, 6-0.

I definitely got the sense the old timer faded physically from the heat and the kid did not handle the pressure of having 100 people cheering each point in a deciding match. That and the fact I think we hit about 1000 volleys and overheads at the kid feet as the Russians returns started to float.

In any event, I felt like this weekend was a victory of good over evil, computer rated over sandbagging ...

Thanks again
ok, so i need a clarification here.
You are saying that your team beat a team with '3 out of level self-rates'? How's that possible that they are out of level if your, I'm assuming computer rated, players did beat them? wouldn't that by definition almost mean that the other team's players are in fact --not-- out of level?
Or the other possibility is that your team is made up of at least the same, or more, number of out-of-level players?
Since you did beat them at least twice than it was no accident. Please clarify....
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