Originally Posted by Petronius
LOL. Sorry, but if you have allowed your opponent to get as close as one point from winning the match, it usually means that you play pretty bad.
Any close match involves the opponent being one, two, three or perhaps five or six points from winning. Following? So according to your logic here, just based on this limited sentence you've strung together, we can generalise that close matches usually mean at least one person playing badly?
There are dozens of examples where that isn't the case. Serena's latest match point-saving feat in a slam at Wimbledon 2009 being a prime example.
You get so riled up whenever Serena gets praise, from whoever. Sad and weak from you.