The concept of importance is defined: importance of a point in a game, of a game in a set, and of a set in a match. From there the chapter obtains also the importance of a point in a match. Are all points equally important? Is the seventh game especially important? What is the most important point in a match? The chapter presents three importance profiles of famous matches as illustrations.
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