I wouldn't say tennis requires more talent or exertion than any other sport. That's being extremely biased. Each sport requires something different of its athletes, which is why I could drop a long-distance runner in the pool and they probably wouldn't make it to the other side just as I can't run more than two laps without dying. Take color guard for example--in terms of exertion, that is--we make sure to stretch out thoroughly before doing anything else because of how much we use various muscles. How you view a sport is entirely arbitrary.
Well, I didn't say that either, so I don't know why you bring it up.
I'm confused now as well. I was trying to say that you may view tennis as a sport that requires more exertion, or "work", I guess you could say in a way, but other sports do too, just in different ways
I'm not confused. I just don't know why you said "I wouldn't say tennis requires more talent or exertion than any other sport
". I mean, did someone say that that made you respond? I didn't. I just said that tennis requires more exertion than many
other sports. But like you said, it's exertion in different ways, so saying that has no intrinsic value anyways. .-.
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