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The Friday File: Economists find that an underdog tennis player is more likely to win if the winner of that match must then play a top ranked opponent. The highly ranked next opponent causes both players to “save” themselves so as to have more energy for the next big match. Similarly, when a match features two exhausted opponents the underdog also gains an edge. Why? Turns out top players are great because of the extra effort put forth!

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