Critical failure to distinguish between an argument and a sentiment. The former involves strong belief (in its correctness). Of course, English speakers like to apply "argue" rather generally, ranging from a constructed logical argument to a value statement to quarreling; an interesting reflection of their implicit world-view. I believe, of course, that you understood correctly what I meant to say but chose to retort out of pettiness. Too bad.Paragraph 1: Use of small sample size.
Paragraph 2: Saying do not consider arguments presented because of small sample size
Paragraph 3: Use of small sample size.
By the way, I obviously see your point about small sample size, but tennis is a small sample size sport unfortunately.