A few comments: 1. The 4th round of the men's draw somehow no longer exists at Wimbledon. 2. The tennis rallies are computer generated and are, therefore, unnatural looking, e.g., the ball would sometimes go up, down, or sideways at acute angles in mid-air. Very bizarre! 3. Everyone's strokes and movement seem forced and unnatural. The way some of them were swinging at the ball, the ball should have gone 10 feet out. 4. I thought most of the umpires at Wimbledon were British, no? 5. The hero in the movie uses an i.Prestige paintjob. Shouldn't he have been using a LM Prestige paintjob like every other pro on the tour? 6. Is the guy he plays at the end suppose to be Andy Roddick? 7. This "Roddick"-like guy he played used a PS 6.0 85 WITHOUT A PAINTJOB! Why wasn't it painted like a Tour 90 (like the ones sold recently on TW) or like an nCode? He also hit 144mph serves with this PS 6.0 85. Is that possible? I thought you could only do that with a Pure Drive's Woofer system. 8. It seemed like all the tennis players in the movie were actors and not real tennis players. Couldn't they have just found some guys that play tennis and put them in the movie since most of these guys had non-speaking roles anyway? They did that for the hockey movie "Miracle" and these real hockey players actually had to learn how to act and had many, many speaking lines in that movie. 9. Couldn't they have gotten Hewitt and Federer to be in a few on court scenes playing whoever? They did mention their names but did not show them. How about even Henman? In the 1979 movie "Players", they actually got Vilas and McEnroe in the movie. Although Vilas was in the Wimbledon final which was pretty unrealistic. 10.. It's been mentioned here, but the semis on an outside court? Come on! 11. It was mentioned that he lost to Tommy Haas at the Lipton last year. Two problems: 1). It's been called the Nasdaq-100 Open the last several years, and 2.) Haas did not play a single tour match at all last year. They should have just said he lost to Federer or Agassi or Roddick or somebody else. Anyway, overall a pretty entertaining movie. A standard romantic comedy with a tennis setting. Most tennis fans should enjoy it. I'm just being nit-picky here (obviously). At least McEnore doesn't make a fool of himself in the movie.