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match point

Ophthalmology
In vision colorimetry, the mean of the statistical spread in values obtained with an anomaloscope for an individual or a class of individuals.

Sport medicine
In tennis, the final point needed to win the match
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And the eighth seed struggled to come to terms with her victory, dropping to her knees having won matchpoint, especially as it was in front of her some of her tennis heroes - former Wimbledon champions - looking on from the Royal Box.
Northern Ireland took the bronze medal, by a matchpoint from Spain.
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Hashim, who had lost all six previous matches with Hidayat, rallied to lead 11-10 in the second game but struggled with control, repeatedly hitting long before netting a return at matchpoint.
Dubai: Australian Troy Gilham says he is pleased with his form after picking up his fifth singles title in the Matchpoint Academy Tennis Open recently.
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Sports group Matchpoint, in Ynysybwl, receives pounds 400 to buy football and table tennis equipment for coaching sessions in schools.
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She crossed the netline to complain, breaking tennis etiquette, argued with the umpire, sat down in protest, was docked a penalty point and served underarm on matchpoint.