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PostPosted: 27 May 2024, 08:49 
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WE SECURE FAIR PLAY. FOUL SERVERS SHALL NEVER PASS.

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Should we forgive such a serve? Never we should just for the sake of a good example.


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At 1:31 , Olah complains about the opponent hiding the ball........... he is right but nothing happens!!



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At 1:31 , Olah complains about the opponent hiding the ball........... he is right but nothing happens!!



Am I missing something? I can only seem him somewhat imitating the serving movement of the opponent while hiding the ball. I guess the umpire does nothing if she has nothing to do. Regulating is tiring... :swear: :P

Maybe he did not warn the umpire about the fault serve. But I think even if he did, there would be no consequences.

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Unfortunately the placement of the umpire and even the assistant umpire if there were one is such that sometimes it can be hard to tell if a serve is legal or not. It involves something called the parallex error. Sometimes you want an umpire to be in line with the edge of the table where the server is serving from as well as behind the receiver as well as where they actually are.

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This time Olah B. supposedly makes a serving foul . He asked the umpire to call the supervisor . He then continues to make the same type of serve and the umpire , this time , does not call a foul .
Controversy starts at 3 .21



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