Originally Posted by andfor
I see you wrote the article which I like. I also see where you say "Cheating in tennis, especially in junior tennis is a huge problem". Which I disagree with. You are then contradicted by Dr. Fox later in the article when he says "Of course being cheated out of a point is a problem (albeit, generally a small one)". He's correct. How do you explain his correctl contradiction of your position and why did you not address that?
It depends on a situation. For instance, if your kid played v two cheaters during the same tournament (including finals), you probably would consider cheating is a big problem. But generally, you are right, it's not a huge problem, it is just a problem