Throughout watching Wimbledon this year I was surprised to see so many players getting away with racket abuse and on court coaching. I saw lots of rackets being thrown to the ground and the umpire said nothing on the issue. Only in very few instances did a player receive a warning, usually when they had to delay the match because they broke a racket and had to go fetch another. Watching Henin's match against Serena it was clear she was receiving coaching but I don't think she ever got a warning for it. Nadal and arguably Dokovic to should have received warnings for taking to long between points. If the tournament or the ATP is going to put these rules in place then they should be strictly enforced. On the issue of racket abuse I see some kids i coach throw their rackets and when I have a go at them they argue that they should be allowed cause they see the pros getting away with it. The pro's are the idols of many young tennis players and they are going to copy their behavior. I am also a division 3 college player in the states and the rules are clear and well enforced that if we throw our racket into the ground or even if we throw it up in the air and fail to catch it then we receive a point penalty. We receive this penalty even for profanity or we take to long between points. I don't understand why it is so strictly enforced on us than on the pros. Discuss.