This tale comes from an episode at Districts. I didn't see it, but a spectator told me about it. Player A hit a lob that was sailing well out. As soon as she hit it, she made a sound expressing frustration ("Aaaack!"). Opponent Player B did not catch the ball, and it bounced well outside the court. Player B did not play the ball. Player B did not make an audible or visual out call. The official monitoring that court awarded the point to Player A. The explanation given was that the Code requires players to make an audible or visual out call. That ruling cannot possibly be right, can it? I don't think all Code violations are automatic loss of point. Shouldn't the official warn Player B to make audible calls, and then only if it seems to be contributing to a problem of some sort?