I've always wondered why tennis is so strict on the crowd cheering during points. Almost all the other big time sports actually encourage the fans to yell...not be quiet. Most of the time, players even have to endure constant jeering and insults as well. Personally, I'm not sure if I would like that myself. I enjoy hearing the ball being swatted by the racquet, and most of that will be lost with constant fan cheering. On the other hand, it would bring a lot more excitement and intensity to matches, and fans would have a greater feel of interactivity and involvement. So what do you guys think? More yelling, or keep it quiet? Also, even though it's frowned upon, fans still can't help their "Ooh"s and "Aah"s during droppahs, lobs, and dead run plays. I hate it when people try to shush them during the point...it's even more annoying than the people cheering themselves.