The New Goal When Playing Tennis Is To Lose

January 19th, 2016 | by Johnnny
Many pros now using their challenges to prove one of their shots is OUT instead of GOOD, as called.

Many pros now using their challenges to prove that their own shots should have been called OUT, instead of GOOD.

Tennis, SD – It seems political correctness has now changed the game of tennis.

While LOVE still means nothing, the goal of winning the game has changed.

What’s going to matter moving forward is how many matches have you lost, not won.

This change in the basic goal of the game can now be seen while watching professional tennis players.

In fact, challenges of a call are now used to prove a player’s shot was not good.

With the new goal of tennis being to lose, this will now give hope to many young (and old) poor tennis players.

Being physically fit will no longer be a plus but rather a minus.

Some professional tennis players in the future might not even be tennis players!


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