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"Game, set, and match" is the term for the final point scored in a tennis match. It's effectively a shorthand for saying "that point ends the game, that game ends the set, and that set ends the match."
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Match point: Situation 1: Let's say there's a Player A, he won the first set. And now he got 20 points in the 2nd set, that's called a match point, the point that might determine the winner. Situation 2: Player A won the first set, but lose the second set, but in the third set, he is getting his 20th point, so that is called the match point. Conclusion: Match point is a point that might determine the winner of the match. (Match point will never be in the first set, first set 20 points are called game point)
you switch every set there is a match that turns into a set that turns into a full game
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There is no way of knowing how long the longest tennis match ever was, but the longest match in recorded history was the 2010 Wimbledon match between Isner and Mahut.The match set several tennis records, including:Longest match (11 hours, 5 minutes).Longest set (the fifth set required 8 hours, 11 minutes).Most games in a set (138 in the fifth set).Most games in a match (183).Most aces in a match by one player (Isner, 113).Total aces in a match (Mahut's 103 aces, the second highest number by a player in a match, brought the total to 216).Consecutive service games held (168: 84 for each player).
You have to set your opponent on fire.