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Old 12-09-2012, 03:17 PM   #120
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There are a number of ways to be bias:

*Double standard. The most common method that's use, and gets exposed often.

*Exaggeration. Making mountain out of a molehill when certain facts suit their agenda, but vice-versa when it works against them.

*Double-edged sword. I.e. If a player is too dominant, the field is weak. If a player isn't that dominant, it's because the supreme strength/depth of the field.

*Hide negative facts. Only employ by the old-timers. They know the younger fans doesn't know about history of classic tennis, so they take the advantage.
Thereís a lesson here for every tennis umpire: donít upset Rafael Nadal.
Especially if his shorts are on backward.
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