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Old 12-13-2012, 10:07 AM   #323
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Okay, so you're going to contradict your own post #14 of this thread?:

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If his opponent had noticed and/or cared, he could have warned him that he was blatantly foot faulting. THen he could have gone and gotten an official (of course he can go get the official before he says anything too). Then, if the official can't be found, or if the official is on another court that had problems and can't leave the court he's on, he can call foot faults on the opponent.
Bartelby has repeatedly said that we can't do the last part of what you stated, where a player "can call foot faults on the opponent."

The USHSTA rules state exactly what you indicated above, so what's the issue? Where did you get your own rules from?
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