Anyone remeber the Serena/Capriati match, us open, 1999? Good old norm in my opinion, botched that one too. It was the precursor to the creation of Hawkeye. How would you like to be overruled on an nonreturnable serve, after it was hit by Fed, and then prove norm wrong, and then not be given the point, even though the ball was hit by Fed way before the call was ever made? Would that send your blood pressure over the edge? Djokovic had to play three more points, and exploded emotionally when he finally won the game, but the emotion cost him badly. Any heavy emotion can cost you a match. Talk to psych experts about heavy emotion costing you matches. In 1985, I ran into norm, at ggf indoor courts (now defunct), and I said, "He, aren't you the guy Mac told to "Grow some hair?" He snarled at me and gave me a dirty look. If looks could kill, I'd have been carried out dead right then and there. Then, I ran into him two years later while he was playing a B singles match in Fairfield ca., and I very innocently said to his wife, "How's norm doing?" He saw me talking to his wife. He stopped playing his match, then ran over to the fence line, put his fingers through the fence, and yelled to us, "What's he saying to you? That he's the best lover ever?" Now, his wife was not my type, fill in the blanks. Ever after, in my opinion, any time I was playing in a tourny he was refing, he called me for foot faults, volunteered to ref my matches, overruled my calls, with I believe, a vengeance. His eyes I believe, are not good. I now nick name him: "Snake eyes": norm, if you ever meet him in person, look at the in my opinion, his non sanpaku eyeballs. This is only my opinion of a public figure, and how I personally remember the events, which may or may not be how Norm remembers the events. I don't believe he should be allowed to ref a major event again.