An expression commonly used at the conclusion of a tennis match to indicate that a competitor has won.

"Game, set and match to Byrd!" announced Westcott above the applause. "Byrd wins the School Championship!"

Submitted on July 07, 2010

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game, set, matchAn expression indicating finality, announcing that a series of events—usually involving some form of rivalry—has reached a conclusion.
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