The Matildas will enter the Olympics all the wiser for a 3-1 away loss to Brazil, coach Alen Stajcic says.The Brazilians, aided by some home-town calls in the friendly at Fortaleza on Sunday morning (AEST), scored three times after Australian star Katrina Gorry was sent off.Gorry was marched for second yellow card in the 50th minute, when the Matildas held a 1-0 lead in their sole warm-up for the Rio Olympics.When the game was 11 v 11, it was certainly more in our favour than it was for them, Stajcic told AAP from Fortaleza.Playing 40 minutes with 10 players against them just made it a little bit tough but they are all things you have to learn to deal with.Certainly the Brazilian ref didnt mind the odd 50-50 going their way a little bit but again you have got to deal with these things when you play in a foreign country with a foreign ref.Stajcic praised his players composure amid a string of questionable calls at the Estadio Presidente Vargas.No-one likes to lose, he said.And we will look at things we didnt do so well and there are a couple of things we need to tighten up on.But the things we could control, which was our play and our defending, was quite good.You cant control the decisions of the referee sometimes. 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Outspoken, opinionated and occasionally ill-mannered, he was tennis ugly American before John McEnroe was even born -- and endlessly entertaining.Gardnar was a real treasure to our sport, said Stan Smith, president of the International Tennis Hall of Fame. His personality was as charismatic off the court as he was fiery on it. He was always great fun to be around, and he will be missed.Mulloy, who served in the Navy during World War II, was 31 when the war ended, and his tennis career had barely begun. At age 43, he won the Wimbledon doubles title with Budge Patty and helped the U.S. Davis Cup team reach the final.He would have turned 103 on Nov. 22.I was older than most of the players of my era, and usually I was in better shape than them, he said in a 1997 interview. I won almost all of my five-set matches. I didnt drink or smoke, and I watched my diet.In his 80s, Mulloy was tennis director emeritus on posh Fisher Island. He gave hhalf a dozen lessons a week, charging $30 for 30 minutes, and his hitting partners then included Boris Becker and Jim Courier.ddddddddddddIn his prime, Mulloy took defeat badly, feuded with the USTA and Wimbledon, and became known as the Miami Mouthpiece.Gardnar Mulloy, wrote one London columnist, should throw his racquet over a cliff and forget to let go.Mulloy grew up near the Miami River and lived in the same neighborhood most of his life. He began playing tennis at age 8 on a court in his backyard and quickly took to the game.I went out for the team my freshman year in high school, and in about 20 minutes I was No. 1, he said.Also an accomplished boxer, diver and quarterback, Mulloy attended the University of Miami on a football scholarship but played little.I finally went to the president of the university and said: `Im too skinny, Im getting beat up and my father doesnt like it. Why dont you have a tennis team?He said, `Why dont you start one up? So I did. I got Bobby Riggs and Jack Kramer to come out for the team. The football players used to call us all sissies.Mulloy graduated with a law degree in 1938 and cracked the U.S. top-10 rankings before World War II took him off the tournament circuit. He spent four years in the U.S. Navy and in 2015 received the French Legion of Honour for his service. ' ' '