My opponent hit a first serve that was very close to the back of the service line. I actually thought it hit the line (or it was simply too close to call out) and I played the return without saying anything. But he didn't play out the point. I guess technically, I could call it my point, if I wanted to, since it's my call and he didn't play it (correct?) but most of my games are friendly so I wouldn't do that, especially since it was a close call and could have been out. So I said, "I thought it was good!". He said, "It was out by 3 inches!" So I said, " OK,....then TAKE 1 even though I thought it was good!" For the longest time, I had always given my opponent 2 serves under this scenario since I thought the serve was in. However, it dawned on me....he didn't think it was in, ....and he didn't play out the point - then why should I give him 2 serves again? (even though I thought it was good). HE IS THE ONE WHO DIDN'T PLAY OUT THE POINT. So therefore, if he thought it was out, he should only get 1 more serve! Correct? What do you like or dislike about that logic?