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The first option. The second would make me feel so gross that I have wasted many chances to win the match. I would just feel so devastated that after working so hard, I lost.
 

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the second option if its a big match like a slm final...cos being white washed under big match conditions can break a player...

if its a small match whod wanna go thru all that effort only to lose? <img src="tongue.gif" border="0"> so 6-3 6-1 loss is more suited
 

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I'd take losing 6-1 6-3 cause either way its a loss and I don't want to waste so much time and energy losing 12-10 in the third set. I'd be so mad with myself too that I lost so narrowly, in a nut shell to spare myself excessive emotion, 6-1 6-3 is the way to go.
 

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I would choose the 6:1 6:3 because then I could make up a good excuse what was wrong with me but when I lose 12:10 then it`s harder because I won so many games, I hate losing any way though
 

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Originally posted by Sam_Forever:<br /><strong>would you rather lose 6/1 6/3 or lose 6/7 7/6 10/12????</strong><hr></blockquote>

<br />I'd rather lose a close match than be hammered! So I'd wanna lose 6/7 7/6 10/12!
 
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10-12!!! atleast then i played well, and i know it, and the next time ill just be like , yeah i can kick your ass so shut your f*in mouth
 

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I'd hate to lose either but I think i'd rather lose the 6-1, 6-3 actually. I think that when I lose a match like that I don't really get so down on myself, because it's usually a case of nothing working for me. Everyone has their days like that. But to be so close, like a 12-10 loss at a slam, I would be emotionally distraught I think, lol. The lopsided score I'd get over quicker.
 
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