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Mark Rambeau

San Diego, California
Most memorable officiating moment:
As a line umpire, getting hit in the shoulder by a center service line ace from Reilly Opelka
Diehard Fan Of What Sports Team?
Men's and Women's Professional Tennis
Favorite City To Travel:
Scottsdale, Arizona
My Dream Doubles Match Would Be Me And:
Andy Roddick
When I'm Not Playing Tennis, I'm:
spending time with my family, officiating tennis, or serving at North Metro Church.
#1 reason why I enjoy officiating:
I love being involved in the game of tennis, whether it's roving junior tournaments, chairing college dual meets, or calling lines at pro events. I think meeting/getting to know new people every place I go, learning about them and their shared passion for the game is the best part.






Tennis Rules

Last week's answer was yes, a player may bring written notes to court. May a doubles team switch their receiving order at the beginning of a Match Tiebreak?

Yes, they are allowed to do this
No, this is not permitted