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Old 01-26-2013, 07:58 PM   #124
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Originally Posted by andfor View Post
I was going to type a long post. Respectfully, this is wasted time and energy and totally counterproductive trying to figure out who's a cheater and who's not.

One bad call give them a second look and ask them if they are sure. Second bad call, tell them next bad one you are getting a line jude. Third bad call get a line judge. This is time tested and works. Players need to read and know the rules. They should also be coached that if anything out of the ordinary breaks up the flow of the match, get a line judge. Plain and simple.

Just play tennis. Leave the excuses behind. You'll be better tennis player in the long-run.
Oh my...... Andfor, I am speechless.

And I will be respectful too

"get a line judge" .......

The problem with the internet is I don't know if you are joking or being ironic or serious.

That is the whole problem.

Many tournaments have one ref for 9 - 10 courts.

So, sure by the 3rd or 4th bad call, you get a ref, and the ref stays for two points, overules one of them, and then goes on to the next court.

Or the ref is eating lunch.
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