I was spectating at one of my 7.5 team's away matches last week. Our #2 team was playing against a team in which the guy could not keep his serve in the court. He must have thrown in four or five doubles in his first two service games. Suddenly during his service, he asks our player, a 4.0 male, to stop "spinning his racquet". This player, like me, regrips habitually and repeatedly while waiting for a serve. Nobody else has ever had an issue. Other than the obvious comment that he should be looking at the ball when he serves and not worrying about his opponent's racquet, isn't this taking the hindrance rule to an extreme? I mean, how far can you take it? How about, "That shiny bald head of yours needs to be covered", or, "your fat legs rubbing together when you run really distract me", "the contrasting colors of your hybrid string set are driving me crazy". People with sensory issues should stay off the courts.