I have no doubt I managed to lose - as usual via SR or the usual nonsense
but could you just explain how it works when it's so stupidly close sdtoot.
OK here goes:-
04:04 | Ilovetheblues_86 (BRA) vs. Zovko v Lacko (GBR) #SRs: 3-3, SR1: PTS (10-7)
You were both level on scores and correct SR's because your picks were identical except for the scores in the SR1 match which were:-
Ilovetheblues_86 picked Bachinger 63
Zovko v Lacko picked Bachinger 64 67 62
The actual real score was Bachinger 63 36 76, so you both picked 3 sets in the correct order which gives you 7 points each. However, you will also see that ILTB picked one correct set scoreline (marked in red) which gave him an additional 3 pts. Therefore on the TieBreak scoring system he scored 10 points but you only scored 7 points. This TieBreak Points system is all explained in more detail in the 'Frequently asked Q&A's' thread and shows the various scoring which should be used if a match goes to the TieBreak.
Hope this helps.