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Garlando - ITSF World Series Doubles - St. Pölten (AUT)

Final: Kevin HUNDSTORFER (AUT) & Vladimir DRABIK (AUT) vs Frédéric COLLIGNON (BEL) & Robert ATHA (GBR)

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Elwendyl
Elwendyl
O_O
It's always hard for a team to win against some opponents teams with the referes.

Anyway, still an outstanding Game.

Message 1/4 - Publish at July 13, 2017 6:32 PM

John W.
John W.
well,
Do you mean the Refs are biased? I just saw three resets which ended up in a technical Foul. All in all it was a tough Game. I don't see any mistake by the referees.

Great match of these 4 outstanding players

Message 2/4 - Publish at July 14, 2017 2:53 AM

Winterfresh
Winterfresh
Reset rules?
John W. i think you are wrong on the rules....as the rules for reset say: "After a team is called for their first reset in a game, a team causing two subsequent resets during the same point will be charged with a technical foul."

So as i understand there should be two subsequent charges during THE SAME POINT. Unless Collignon wasn't charged a reset even before the ball was in play, i don't think a technical should have been called.

It may or it may not had influenced the final result and also it could have been just an honest judge mistake...as i think it was.

Nontheless the winner was the best team on the table in this match and judge mistakes happens :)

Message 3/4 - Publish at July 14, 2017 9:50 AM

John W.
John W.
Reset rules
@Winterfresh. Indeed. And they have been charged with a first reset at the beginning of the game and then there were two subsequent resets at the last ball of the game (defensive 5 bar).

So they got three resets in one game and two of them subsequently during the last ball...
I think it influenced the final result as well, because it was a very important point in the second set, but I can't blame the refs..

It's maybe more difficult to officiate a match on the garlando table compared to leonhart or tornado, and maybe thats the reson why I would never officiate such a match.

Message 4/4 - Publish at July 14, 2017 12:45 PM

phugar
phugar
Reset issue
The argument was more that no one ever said reset warning, so the team was unaware of the reset count. Several refs watching the game agreed with that point. Terrible error given the score at the time, and probably the main danger of having two refs and a timer.

Publish at July 14, 2017 6:32 PM

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