English version

game point in Sport topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgame pointˈgame ˌpoint noun [countable, uncountable]  DSthe situation in a game such as tennis in which one player will win the game if they win the next pointmatch point
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game pointWe play for about 40 minutes to a dead heat at game point.Even so she almost got away with it, and four times had game point.Still, it was Monami's six double-faults, three on game point, that really swung the match Javer's way.