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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old Jul 6th, 2008, 04:09 PM Thread Starter
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Time Violation Warning - How does it actually work?

Does anyone know what happens if you get one? Will you be deducted a point?

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Re: Time Violation Warning - How does it actually work?

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Does anyone know what happens if you get one? Will you be deducted a point?
You mean what happened in today's men's final. No, Nadal wasn't deducted a point.
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Re: Time Violation Warning - How does it actually work?

It's a normal warning. Like the warning you get for what they call 'ball abuse' or 'racket abuse'.

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What a moment was that to give a time violation warning.
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Re: Time Violation Warning - How does it actually work?

I believe there is warning first, then point taken away at second violation
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Re: Time Violation Warning - How does it actually work?

To add what I really said, there is a lot of discretion on the umpire part
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