Hey guys! Had a tense doubles match last night in our league, my partner and I did not play that well but were pretty much just grinding out a result, we were 4-2 down first set came back and won it 7-6 2nd set we were 4-1 up then lost focus (had points to go 5-1 up) the came all the way back and served for it at 5-4 only for us to take it to another tiebreaker! As you can see it was a pretty tight match, then in tie 2nd set tiebreaker it was 6-5 my partner serving his serve I had a good look at it, was plum on the service line, decent pace the guy popped it up my partner came in an smacked a volley winner, of course we were both pumped up and congratulated each other, but then the other guy (not the returner) looked up at me and said, "did you think that serve was in" I said "it was in" he said, well I called it out, but my partner thought it was in (if there was a call me or my partner never heard it, but they had been loud calls till then. We looked at the guy who returned the ball he just shrugged back at us and said "I guess my partner called" they said we could have a first serve again! My partner was fuming! to be honest I was too but I also was no way in hell about to let a pair of cheats beat me, even a few months ago, this would have made me so mad my game would have gone to nothing and we would have lost! The breaker went on and on but we eventually won it 10-8 the key was the anger the frustration etc at being hooked over, fired me up but not to the point of being reckless it was to a point of focus, not doing anything stupid and making them play tough balls! When I won though I did somewhat uncharacteristically let out a bit of emotion by smacking a ball into the ceiling in celebration! but hey if staying cool in anger, during the match and leting it out after works! then I am all for it! Have you guys had any similar experiences to this?