# Tennis Set

In tennis, the winner of a set is based on how many games each player wins. The first player to win `6`

games is declared the winner **unless** their opponent had already won `5`

games, in which case the set continues until one of the players has won `7`

games.

Given two integers `score1`

and `score2`

, your task is to determine if it is possible for a tennis set to be finished with a final score of `score1`

: `score2`

.

## Example

For

`score1 = 3`

and`score2 = 6`

, the output should be`tennis_set(score1, score2) = true`

Since player 1 hadn't reached

`5`

wins, the set ends once player 2 has won`6`

games.For

`score1 = 8`

and`score2 = 5`

, the output should be`tennis_set(score1, score2) = false`

Since both players won at least

`5`

games, the set would've ended once one of them won the`7th`

one.For

`score1 = 6`

and`score2 = 5`

, the output should be`tennis_set(score1, score2) = false`

This set will continue until one of these players wins their

`7th`

game, so this can't be the final score.

## Solution

```
def tennis_set(score1, score2):
max_score = max(score1, score2)
min_score = min(score1, score2)
if max_score == 6 and min_score < 5:
return True
if max_score == 7 and (min_score in (5, 6)):
return True
return False
print(tennis_set(6, 3))
```