Played our clubs end of summer season mens doubles tournament this week. Just one set with tiebreaker at 6 all, so it could be run off on a couple nights per week over 3 weeks. Just a club tournament with not even a trophy on the line. I was serving at 5-4, 40-30 match point. My first serve appeared to catch the center service line, and the receiver approached the net to shake hands. His partner after what must have been a 10 second delay, calls 'out'! The receiver who was now at the net says 'I thought it was good', but then goes silent, while his partner, who was more than twice his age firmly insisted 'out'. The receiver offered first service to replay the point, but his partner said no....I could have put my second serve in play much quicker had I not protested the call. I served a second, we went on to loose that game. We eventually went to a tiebreaker, which we won 7-4, so justice prevailed. Was I entitled to a first service to replay the contested point? The delay between first and second service was largely my doing as I was protesting a vey late and questionable 'out' call on match point. But even if I had taken an immediate second service, the delayed call still would have prevented play being 'reasonably continuous' However, my opponent was correct in asserting I was responsible for the delay of about 2 minutes between first and second serve. What's the call....should the point have been replayed?