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Old 11-10-2012, 06:59 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by dizzlmcwizzl View Post
Interestingly I think woodrow posted something not long ago that an officiated match you would not be allowed to to change rackets.
Do you mean 'can't without getting a delay warning/penalty'? Because anyone can take more time than is allowed - as long as they are willing to suffer the consequences. On the ATP tour the chair would certainly allow it - and give the server a first serve.

As others answered - it's easy. In a regular non-officiated match you can switch but have to give the serve a first serve.
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