Ljubicic interviewed in ACE magazine's September issue:
If there was one rule in tennis you could change, what would it be?
The Hawk-Eye camera would help tennis a lot. I feel that sometimes the world's top players or the local guys are protected in certain ways by the linesmen. Being a Croatian, and having only one event in Croatia the whole year, I am always playing away from home. The linesmen are always local people. I'm not saying they're bad, but sometimes they just cannot take the pressure. In a normal match, say there are 10 to 15 balls that are 50/50 where the normal eye cannot see if they're good or bad. In 90 per cent of cases the linesman's decision will go for the local player.
In light of the recent DC tie in Croatia: ain't that ever the truth, Ivan.