That huge mistake during the Sprem/Venus match is really tarnishing Sprem, and I think it's unfair. First off, Venus handled it in credibly but I do not beleive it was Sprems fault. 1) I've played in matches where I've lost track of the score before, and when I asked my opponent, they couldn't remember the score either. I can only imagine it is easier to happen in this situation where you rely on a system and umpire to keep track of the score while you are concentrating on winning the match, let alone winning it at Wimbledon in the middle of a second set tiebreak at the biggest match of your life. I'm sure when it happened she might have thought "is that score right" but then again thought maybe it is....really in that moment who has the time to rethink everything, especially when venus started to serve all of a sudden as well. Both lost track of the score, and weren't really in the mindset to correct something they thought might have been wrong. 2) Alan Mills answer where he was trying to place the blam back onto the players is totally BS. As a player I could only imagine that they place their trust on the tournaments scoring system so that they can concentrate on the match, during a regular game, yes a player must be aware of the score so they know for instance, if it is a break point of deuce or whatever, but during a tiebreak, it is a totally different situation where everypoint is like match point and you try to win everyone, to lose track of the score is extremely likely. To say they need to keep track of time is a copout of the real problem, the officials are too stupid to be able to keep track of a match at the biggest tournament of the year. I guess I'm just mad at the situation cause I read the comments of Alan Mills and of Serena and Andy Roddick, Serene and Andy blaming Sprem and basically callinger her unsportsman, and I thought it was BS. It's taking away from Sprems victory, who simply just beat Venus, and tarnishes her rep I think unfairly.