Research into the use of the time violation rule - NEW petition expessing concern about it's inconsistant use

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Post by Born Slippy on Wed 17 Jun 2015, 7:51 am

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I've timed a bit of the Rafa match. Have to say that's as quick as I've seen him play.

I timed the two service games prior to the TV (at 2-1 and 3-2) and he was within 25 seconds on every point.

In the TV game I broadly agree with HE's timings. He gets the warning at bang on 25 seconds. I agree that it is very odd that he gets it on that point.

I then timed the final game. Notably there was no attempt to speed up with Rafa going over time on more or less every point. On the matchpoint he takes 32 seconds to prepare himself - doesn't lose his 1st serve.


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Re: Research into the use of the time violation rule - NEW petition expessing concern about it's inconsistant use

Post by hawkeye on Thu 06 Aug 2015, 3:01 pm

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hawkeye wrote:I thought I'd group some of Nadal's recent time violations in one place. I only started keeping a record after the Nadal Verdasco match in Miami so I'm not sure about how many he received before then. Although I do know about the Fognini Rio semi Finals where he was given two in one game when serving at 6-2, 2-3. He was broken and was also broken mentally by the time violations and went on to lose the match after being in complete control.

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Miami 2015
Nadal against Versdasco. Nadal serving in the first set at 4-5 on brake/set point. He receives a time violation and loses the set

Monte Carlo 2015
Nadal against Isner. 2nd set Nadal serving at 4-4, 30-40. Isner asks the Umpire to give Nadal a time violation and the Umpire obliges. Nadal loses his serve. Isner holds for the set
Nadal against Ferrer. 1st set Nadal serving 3-3, 30-30 time violation. 2nd set Nadal serving at 3-3, 30-30 time violation Nadal lost his serve. 3rd set Nadal serving at 3-2, 30-40 time violation Nadal went on to win his serve.

Barcelona
Nadal against Almagro. Nadal got a first time violation early in the first set. 2nd set Nadal serving for the match 40-40. Almagro asked the Umpire to give Nadal a time violation and the Umpire obliged.




This is from Madrid

hawkeye wrote:Catching up with the Nadal/Dimitrov match.

Nadal serving at 1-1, 30-40 was issued with a time violation 27 seconds after the ball went out of play. He was broken.

Later in the match Nadal was serving 3-3, 15-0 when Dimitrov broke his raquet. He delayed play by 46 seconds. Nadal served a double fault afterwards. (The time violation rule is also meant to be applied if the receiver delays play).

This is from Rome

hawkeye wrote:Watching the Isner/Nadal match. Isner serving at 4-4, 30-40 (break point) took 32 seconds with no time violation. Quite an achievement to take so long when all he had to do was shuffle a few feet to the side. Nadal serving for the match at 5-4, 15-30 (not a break point but about as near as Isner got to one) was given a time violation at 29 seconds

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Nadal serving at 6-7, 1-1, 30-40 (break point) was given a time violation at 31 seconds. This was a pivotal part of the match as Wawrinka had all the momentum having won the first set on a tie break and Nadal would have been wobbling. He was given a huge shove with the targeted time violation. During that game he took 33, 25, 22, 26, 22, 26, 31 (break point/time violation), 23, 30 (break point/broken) seconds between points. A commentator said "It would be interesting to see how often Nadal gets a time violation on break point. Huh! But never in a tie break".


That's 8 matches were Nadal has been given a time violation on a crucial point.

French Open 4th round Nadal v Sock. Nadal serving for the match 6-3, 6-1, 5-4, 30-40 time violation loss of first serve. Lost serve and subsequently the set. (I don't know at what point Nadal received the first tv?)

That's 9 matches were Nadal has been given a tv on a crucial point

French Open quarter finals Nadal v Djokovic. Nadal serving to stay in the first set. 4-5, 40-40 time violation given. This is the one that made John McEnroe feel "sick to his stomach".

Stuttgart quarter finals Nadal v Tomic. Nadal serving for the first 5-4, Ad Tomic (break point) time violation given at 28 seconds. It was given as Nadal was taking his arm back to serve.

11 matches (and counting) were Nadal has recieved a tv on a crucial point.[/quote]

Queens 2nd round. Nadal serving at 3-6, 7-6, 4-3 against Dolgopolov. He was given a time violation at 26 second 30-40 break point. During this game he took 25, 28, 28, 28, 26 (tv break point), 32 (Dolgopolov challenged), 27 seconds between points. Nadal was broken and went on to lose the match. I timed that the violation was given at 26 seconds but perhaps I was being generous as others reported that the tv was given at 25 seconds.

12 matches and counting...[/quote]

Hamburg 1st round against Verdasco. Nadal serving in the first game of the 2nd set having lost the first set 3-6. He was given a tv on the 3rd deuce of a long hard fought game. Nadal managed to hold onto that game and won the match.

13 matches and counting

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Re: Research into the use of the time violation rule - NEW petition expessing concern about it's inconsistant use

Post by JuliusHMarx on Thu 06 Aug 2015, 8:05 pm

hawkeye wrote:The petition expressing concern about the time violation rule was sent to Chris Kermode (president of the ATP) and others I believe.

This was his reply

Thank you for your correspondence related to the Time Violation rule on the ATP world tour.

While we appreciate your concerns, we also believe we have a responsibility to ensure that the pace of play at ATP events is continuous in order to protect against excessive dead time during matches. This is a matter which has been deteriorating progressively over the past decade, and one which the ATP executive management, Board of directors, as well as the ATP player Council deemed necessary to address.

ATP World Tour chair umpires, when possible, use many tools during a match to control the pace of play-issuing a time violation is just one and is usually the last step after other means have failed. While we understand that it may not be to the liking of all fans, our data tells us that the stricter enforcement of the Time Violation rule has significantly improved the pace of play since it's implementation at the beginning of 2013.

The rule is intended to be applied under the best judgement of the umpire. Please rest assured that this is an area that the ATP officiating compartment continues to prioritise - ultimately we are striving for consistency in the enforcement of the rule and within the spirit of the rule

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A complete fob off!

Or a sensible, reasoned response, depending who your favourite player is.

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Re: Research into the use of the time violation rule - NEW petition expessing concern about it's inconsistant use

Post by LuvSports! on Thu 06 Aug 2015, 9:27 pm

Fob off as in a fob key? Had one of those back at uni. My fob fobbed off and had to pay £25 to replace it. 
Long story short I took a 5/1 bet (stuck a fiver on it) for my beloved LUFC to beat Arsenal in the FA cup. 
I'm down £30 and Leeds lost 3-1. Nightmare. 

Never beat on your team bla bla bla yackity taz's dad smackity.

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Re: Research into the use of the time violation rule - NEW petition expessing concern about it's inconsistant use

Post by Haddie-nuff on Thu 06 Aug 2015, 9:34 pm

Well that is an insightful contribution Headscratch picard

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Post by LuvSports! on Thu 06 Aug 2015, 10:10 pm

Glad you enjoyed it Haddie. 
I shall be sure to regale you with other insightful contributions, as you put it yourself.

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Re: Research into the use of the time violation rule - NEW petition expessing concern about it's inconsistant use

Post by Haddie-nuff on Thu 06 Aug 2015, 10:17 pm

I implore you do not go to any further trouble there is enough BS on this thread already Whistle

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Re: Research into the use of the time violation rule - NEW petition expessing concern about it's inconsistant use

Post by LuvSports! on Thu 06 Aug 2015, 10:29 pm

Now that is just mean you big bully.

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Post by hawkeye on Thu 06 Aug 2015, 11:11 pm

^ Just trouble making. Rude and nasty too.

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Post by LuvSports! on Thu 06 Aug 2015, 11:16 pm

Luv-vituperative-sports!

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Re: Research into the use of the time violation rule - NEW petition expessing concern about it's inconsistant use

Post by hawkeye on Sun 23 Aug 2015, 9:44 pm

Nadal got another time violation in his 3rd round Cincinnati match against Lopez.

In the first set Nadal was serving at 3-1, Ad Lopez. He was given a time violation and Lopez broke back.

Did anyone else get one in Cincinnati. Maybe Djokovic or Murray in one of their long matches? Or was this the only one?

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Re: Research into the use of the time violation rule - NEW petition expessing concern about it's inconsistant use

Post by LuvSports! on Sun 23 Aug 2015, 9:52 pm

Gasquet.

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Re: Research into the use of the time violation rule - NEW petition expessing concern about it's inconsistant use

Post by hawkeye on Sun 23 Aug 2015, 9:56 pm

LuvSports! wrote:Gasquet.

Did he. When?

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Post by LuvSports! on Sun 23 Aug 2015, 10:47 pm

vs Murray in the set he lost 6-1 i think.

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Re: Research into the use of the time violation rule - NEW petition expessing concern about it's inconsistant use

Post by hawkeye on Mon 24 Aug 2015, 8:10 am

LuvSports! wrote:vs Murray in the set he lost 6-1 i think.

I wonder how many times Gasquet's opponent went over 25 seconds in that match considering how tired he was? So two known time violations. Very odd!

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Re: Research into the use of the time violation rule - NEW petition expessing concern about it's inconsistant use

Post by Guest on Mon 24 Aug 2015, 8:31 am

This is where your 'research' could come to the fort! Smile

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Post by temporary21 on Mon 24 Aug 2015, 2:37 pm

Theres no real point. The game he got done for he was averaging 29 seconds between points, harsh but its at least consistent with everything else.
Nothings changed and theres been enough examples for the relevant points being made.

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Re: Research into the use of the time violation rule - NEW petition expessing concern about it's inconsistant use

Post by Guest on Tue 25 Aug 2015, 8:45 am

I move for a motion to have this thread removed.

Can I get a second on that motion??

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Post by Johnyjeep on Tue 25 Aug 2015, 8:49 am

Sorry LK, it beings me far to much amusement!!

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Re: Research into the use of the time violation rule - NEW petition expessing concern about it's inconsistant use

Post by Guest on Tue 25 Aug 2015, 9:00 am

It's past that JJ!!

We need that dead horse beating icon!

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Re: Research into the use of the time violation rule - NEW petition expessing concern about it's inconsistant use

Post by Haddie-nuff on Tue 25 Aug 2015, 9:10 am

Yes why not the vultures have had all the meat of Rafa's bones he is not such a good target any more .. fun over

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Post by Guest on Tue 25 Aug 2015, 9:12 am

Exactly.

Most want to move on from it.

Don't see it being 'sticky' worthy.

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Post by temporary21 on Tue 25 Aug 2015, 11:27 am

Why do you want it removed?

Its way more active than the GOAT thread

Its a sticky, so does not clutter the main threads

Its still an active discussion in tennis

You not liking whats being said is not a good reason to completely remove it. We put it here so it wasnt cluttering other threads, just ignore it, other people might want to use it.

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Re: Research into the use of the time violation rule - NEW petition expessing concern about it's inconsistant use

Post by Guest on Tue 25 Aug 2015, 11:44 am

When the GOAT thread has more responses?

Let's be honest it is just a platform for one poster to indulge themselves with.

Mutton dressed as Lamb sadly.

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Re: Research into the use of the time violation rule - NEW petition expessing concern about it's inconsistant use

Post by temporary21 on Tue 25 Aug 2015, 11:50 am

So's the GOAT thread though lk.

In the end I hate both these stickys, as do the other mods, both far too based on player bias or putting down another.

We do understand though we cant just tell people to not talk about it, we put them both here because they leaked into other threads like bad radiation. Just do what we all do and ignore them both.

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Re: Research into the use of the time violation rule - NEW petition expessing concern about it's inconsistant use

Post by Guest on Fri 04 Sep 2015, 11:19 am

Jack Sock got a TV right before he fainted (I think)

(Cue outrage Wink)

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Post by Jarvik on Sun 06 Sep 2015, 5:56 pm

its

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Re: Research into the use of the time violation rule - NEW petition expessing concern about it's inconsistant use

Post by Guest on Wed 09 Sep 2015, 5:06 pm

Kvitova given a TV at 40-40 on her serve leading 5-2 in the set. She faced break points later on in the deuce.

I have referred it to the big point committee to see if it qualifies as a big point. Will get back to you.

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Post by temporary21 on Wed 09 Sep 2015, 5:08 pm

Now she's struggling to close it out. Big point committee agrees

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Post by Guest on Wed 09 Sep 2015, 5:10 pm

Well there is blame being apportioned to mono.

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Post by temporary21 on Wed 09 Sep 2015, 5:15 pm

Oh no this is like a time capsule now.

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Re: Research into the use of the time violation rule - NEW petition expessing concern about it's inconsistant use

Post by hawkeye on Sun 20 Mar 2016, 4:55 pm

From Rafa's interview after beatin Zverev in Indian Wells

Q. In the final set there was a fabulous point. The crowd yelled. He got a time violation warning. In the past, you said that with our best points in tennis, the crowd is yelling, there should not be time violation warnings. Do you think chair umpire should have a rule where they can put extra time in after long points and when the crowd is yelling?
RAFAEL NADAL: You like this sport?

Q. I love it.
RAFAEL NADAL: Me too. So the real thing is I don't remember -- the best matches I watched, in my opinion, was not the matches that was matches that every point was two, three shots. No. That's the real thing. That's don't involved the crowd to the match.

You know, that's don't -- this is not emotional game, you know, when you hit one, two, three shots and that's it. And the people loves the sport when the sport become emotional.

To become emotional needs drama, needs physical issue, needs long points. And if you let one long points, it's obvious that the rule is not the right one.

But I will not say. Again, everybody knows what I think about it, and that's it. No, no, no, nothing to do. Somebody wanted that rule, and when somebody with a lot of power want the rule, the people who run the sport follow that. So that's it.

http://www.asapsports.com/show_interview.php?id=117677

Shocked Who is this "somebody with a lot of power"?. Why have they got more power than those who run the sport? Why has this scandalous allegation not been followed up? Why no reports in the media about the existence of an individual more powerful than the sport? Why did no one ask Nadal to name names? Most worryingly do all the reporters know about this individual but they have agreed to keep quiet? I am intrigued.

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Post by summerblues on Sun 19 Jun 2016, 3:45 pm

Andy Murray received a time violation serving against Raonic at 6:7, 0:1, 15-40 (Queens). Went on to lose the point, and lose the serve for the first time in the match.

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Post by Haddie-nuff on Sun 19 Jun 2016, 5:24 pm

Are you telling me we are NOT talking about Nadal.... Shocked Shocked
horror. jEEZE where are you HE

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