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Old 12-10-2012, 07:30 PM   #233
Oski10s
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Originally Posted by Bartelby View Post
A receiver is looking to receive. So no one is looking at the line on a ff.
Right, this is why in reality when a FF is called during the matches I've seen without an official, it was in fact pretty flagrant. The server was either already stepping on the line (obviously) before starting the serve or if they drag their foot into the court during the serve. Otherwise everybody was focused on the return.

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Originally Posted by Bartelby View Post
If people have had insufficient training then their non-compliance with the FF rule is a deficiency that can only be rectificed by further training, so play at a level where everyone is sufficiently trained and you won't get flagrant ff.
I agree with this Bartelby. But I believe the motivation comes with losing points from being called for foot faulting. Without enforcement, people lack the impetus and drive to change and improve.
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