From a therapeutic standpoint I need to post what I saw at my sons last tournament. He was playing the little Mos tournament were they actually make you read and sign a code of conduct on cheating and sportsmanship. The match started out very close and at critical points his opponent would call a ball that hit on the line out. They were playing no add so at 2 all deuce my son hits a nice passing shot on the line wins the point and the kid calls it out ( my son does not argue ball clearly in). Later, at 4-2 my son serves a second serve at 15-0 that clearly lands in the middle of the serve box no where near a line the kid plays it back my son hits a crosscourt shot the kid shanks it into a light and then says the second serve was out ( my son gave him the point after arguing for a few minutes. My son was so frustrated after that he served under hand to prove a point and this kid would not return it and told him he cant serve underhand. Nearly every close ball and even balls that were clearly in this kid would call out. The real frustration for me is that my son just let it happen, he let this kid just take the match by cheating. Talking with other parents watching this kid is known for cheating. I will talk with him today and find out why he did not get a line judge or do something. I am starting to see a trend with some of these juniors cheating to win at all cost. I don't want to sound like a sore loser just need to vent if it comes across that way then let me have it. What can be done about these kids cheating and the parents letting it happen? My son is to shy to talk to the tournament director about it, and If I tried to say something the would bite my head off and say the kids need to play there own match with no intervention from the parents.