But . . . the Code provides for exactly this scenario. Ball bounces on my side of net, I don't see it for whatever reason, I can ask my opponent but must accept her opinion if I choose to ask. How can following the Code in good faith be considered dishonorable? In fact, I am trying to remember that it is OK to ask the opponent for times when I can't see whether a ball was out. Perhaps they will often say they didn't see it, but if the main goal in line calling is accuracy, then it is surely OK to ask for help. My tendency is to slump my shoulders and condede the point, but I am trying to be more disciplined and remember there is another option.