Pardon me, but the match was only yesterday, not a week ago. People that didn't see the match are still trying to find out what happen. Some that taped it, haven't even had a chance to watch it. Sounds like you want it to be swept under the rug, but that call was the worse call in Wimbledon history, or any other grand slam for that matter. It certainly couldn't have been come at a worse time. What about the four or so judges standing there? Why didn't one of them say something to the umpire. I can only imagine how long it would have taken, if the call was made against Henman?
BTW, you only prolonged the discussion by creating another thread.