Mike Dahm was playing in the St. Pete CAT II doubles (where the courts are close together, with no dividers in between) and one player chased an angled overhead onto the adjacent court. The player on the other court was about to hit a shot of his own; so they both stopped playing.
One Sure Let
For sure, the player on the adjacent court can call a Let when this other guy came running onto his court (and almost into him); but what about the “ball chaser,” can he also call a let?
One argument says, Yes, they both can. The other side says “once you leave your court, you can’t call a let or hindrance.”
Which is true?
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