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Depends if you want the stronger player who can last forever or the player who is best at getting their act together in a tiebreak to win? Non tiebreak final sets often end in someone just playing a bad game or getting an unlucky netcord or just wearing out so I can't see much difference. You get a chance and more time to break back but why is it better than being forced to get it right in a tiebreak - its not as if you can't get your act together and come back in a womens tiebreak. In fact its possible that the longer the match goes on the more chance there is that luck or endurance triumphs over ability. Finally, who do you want in the next round - the player who wins by outlasting the opponent or the one who proves more skillful at the crucial points?
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