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    In the following situation (an actual example from a recent match of ours) what do you think would be the current interpretation of law 12...

    Doubles match. Score is 9-9. Team A serve and lose the point. Score is called "service over. 10-9" Serve passes to Team B who realise they were in the wrong positions to receive the previous point....

    What happens next.......

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    The service court error law was changed when the scoring system changed to best of 3 to 21.
    For many players the old law was difficult to understand. The new law reads that whatever the circumstances, a service court error shall be corrected as soon as it has been discovered. The score in this case is completely irrelevant. There are no lets anymore.

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