Another situation ..

Situation, situation.

We could have swept:
1D: 6-1, 6-2
2D: 6-3, 6-4
3D: 4-6, 6-4, 8-8

According to my 3D mates, there were only two shots being played: at 8-8, the opposing team’s girl was serving to Dan. After he returned her serve, the opposing guy’s exact words:
“Out.
Stop.
Oops I’m sorry”
.. while the girl continually played, hitting it down the line for a winner. .. while my girl has stopped playing when she heard an ‘out’ call.

I wasn’t there, but the little I know, if one calls OUT and the partner says IN, then it’s opponent’s point.

I think the argument is moot, even if we got the call, we never finished tiebreaker.  It wasn’t the winning point.

The coordinator instructed:

Just enter the first two sets and put timed match so we clearly see the tie and split the points.

We actually had time to finished the match.

Unless it is discussed before the match, matches are a 2 hour limit. You can play matches to completion but must discuss and agree to it BEFORE the match starts.

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