erm, no, you just rarely see two sets go 1-6, 6-1. Imagine a grand slam match going:
6-1, 1-6, 6-1, 1-6, 7-6
That would be pretty weird. Usually if you totally dominate a guy in the first set you don't get totally dominated in the next set.
I'm not sure if that was a true hindrance though. Really, the ump can tell you how to stand now?
To me a hindrance is a noise or perhaps movement in the face of an opponent when both are at the net or something like that.
Lack of movement is now a hindrance? I don't buy it.
In other news...
There's rampant doping in ALL professional sports. Always has been, always will be. When there's that much money and fame on the line, you betcha there will be.
There are only those who get caught and those who don't.
This is my favorite point from the Rosol/Nadal match:
Rosol basically said "Watch this, I'm going to destroy your forehand with my backhand." Amazing point, utterly demoralized Nadal. If there was any hope of Nadal coming back by then, that...