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Old 01-31-2013, 08:30 AM   #25
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Exaggeration is a literary tool, and Cindy used it to better bring the point across... as she often does No need to turn this into a conversation about scores of a particular match... especially a social match. That wasn't Cindy's point. The point was, what do you (as a stronger player) do in a social match when one (or possibly both) of your opponents are much less skilled? It was a valid question; anyone who plays both competitive and social tennis can easily recognize this, and most likely have participated in these kinds of matches, on both sides of the equation

Me, I'd still prefer to win, even in a social match. But I think I've learned to realize (lately... wasn't always the case) that social matches are mostly about all players having fun. Now, if I could only apply the same attitude to team practices...

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