Updated: 02:17 PM EDT Tennis-Schuettler keeps photo souvenir of disputed call MONTE CARLO, April 22 (Reuters) - Germany's Rainer Schuettler will keep a photo souvenir of his three sets victory over Lleyton Hewitt in the third round of the Monte Carlo Masters on Thursday. The German fourth seed took a picture of the ball's mark on the clay after a disputed call allowed the Australian former world number one to save a crucial break point. "I took a picture because the ball was clearly out," Schuettler said after his 6-4 3-6 6-4 win. "We have fantastic equipment to judge balls these days and we see mistakes like this," he added. Schuettler was 2-1 up in the second set and a break would have allowed him to lead 3-1 and take a giant step towards match victory. On break point, the German judged Hewitt's serve long but the chair umpire checked the mark and awarded the point to the Australian. To everybody's surprise, Schuettler fumbled in his bag, seized a disposable camera and took a picture of the mark as evidence of his good faith. He received a warning and appeared to lose his momentum as Hewitt went on to win eight of the next nine games. "Everybody complains about tennis getting boring and when someone does something out of the ordinary, he receives a warning. "The crowd laughed but not the umpire. It's a shame," Schuettler said.