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579 Views 8 Replies 8 Participants Last post by  skanky~skanketta
when your fave loses 6-1 6-1 or 2-6 7-6 12-10?

In first case, although it's a painful defeat, you know she had no chance from the start, while in second case you know she had so many chances.
IMO, I prefer Linsay losing badly than her losing after failing to convert 7 match points.
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I'd rather have my fave lose a close match than one that makes her look bad. It is heartbreaking when Chanda loses close matches, but it's worse when she loses matches that aren't even close, especially matches that she should have won. (For example at the US Open :eek: ).
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