Originally Posted by Fumus
Players pump them selves up with bad calls but, perhaps they will find other ways to pump themselves up like winning money.
Arguing calls is good fun, but, challenging them will only add to the excitement. This time the arguing will actually get somewhere with a definitive answer.
Oh and to answer something you said before the camera system is very acurate. The percentage of error on the newest machines is under 1 percent.
This is only a win win situation for tennis. Can you imagine the joy you will have when a bad call goes against one of your favorites and it's overuled after a debate and a review using shot spot? I think it will bake my muffins
Pah, like money really matters to most of the top players anyway.
Some fair points, I still like the idea that a player gets to challenge 1 or 2 calls a match. If you've used up your share then its tough luck. I mean, how often are we going to have umpires going to check a call. Its undermining their authority, is there any point in having umpires and line judges in tennis anymore if everytime we get a close call its going to be checked out.
Also, as a player/fan I can envisage a situation where someone hits a ball very close to a line on a big point. However, you can't have your natural reaction like a c'mon or a vamos because there is a possibility it could get checked and then overturned. I fancy this could get annoying.