http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SalgTmht35g&feature=related Safin was serving at 2-4 down in the 2nd set... Was the 1st point at 3:16 in or out? It looks in and the score says 15-0 for Safin. But Safin walked away nonchalantly for the 1st point. Then on the 2nd point, Roger netted the forehand. The scoreboard read 30-0, then it changed to 15-15. Then on the 3rd point, Safin lobbed over Roger and won the 3rd point, but the score states 30-15, instead of 40-0. The strange thing is that Roger and Safin both did not argue that the score is wrong. Safin lost this game. So the only point that could be observed wrongly by me is the 1st point which is actually out and Roger casually hit the ball anyway, but Safin looks really alert at the net, anticipating the "tweener" under-the-leg shot. I have never seen an umpire making a mistake in the score and both players aren't paying attention and just accepted the scoreline and eventually, the server lost the game. Could this be the 1st ever error which was not detected? It's very weird. Safin didn't even react when the umpire called the score 15-15. I would expect Safin to correct the umpire sarcastically and furiously, but Safin looks like he was in dreamland... Never even flinch or react to the score called at 15-15, instead of 30-0. I wish I could understand the commentators, then I will know for sure whether the 1st point was in or out for that lob. If it was out, then why did the score write 15-0 for Safin?