Would Mcenroe have disputed the hawk eye rulings had they been available in his era?
People say that if we had Hawk Eye in the 70's and 80's, it would have prevented a lot of disputes and arguments between players and umpires.
But given that Hawk Eye is only actually 100% accurate to within 3mm, I honestly think someone like JMac was so obnoxious that he would say the machine was wrong if it disagreed with him.
Thoughts? If someone is that obnoxious I don't think anything will stop them from arguing their point. He also still would have argued about things like whether to replay the points and so on.
"I did not play my best tennis, no? And..that is what enable him to win..to win this match no? "
- Rafael Nadal, ever so "humble", - press conference after shock 4 set loss to Robeen Soderling @ 2009 French Open 4th round.