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The points are: 15, 30, 40, Game. If both players are at 40, the players must get advantage, and then win. If the player is at advantage, and looses a point, it goes back to 40-40. To win a set, the player must have 6 games if the other person has less than 5. If both players have 5 games, the winning number is 7. If the games become ties 6-6 then a tiebreak is played. To win a tiebreak, the person must win 7 points, and be at least 2 points ahead of the other person. To win the match, the person must win 2 out of 3 sets. (except in the majors, where the person must win 3 out of 5)

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