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Old 09-16-2012, 04:53 PM   #23
TommieF
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Originally Posted by OrangePower View Post
Yes, but...

It also means, if you are playing against a team that has a good 5.0, and you don't have a 5.0 on your team, then you know exactly which line the opponent 5.0 is going to be playing. And you can stack your lineup accordingly and feed a sheep to the wolf

I think it's going to be hit or miss for the 5.0s. They will get some good matches against other 5.0s or top 4.5, but then will have to suffer through some blowouts of helpless lower 4.5 sacrifices.
I would agree. Great idea by USTA. 2 5.0s on a team. But many times they will get somewhat of a lamb in the one singles spot. Still the idea is good.
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