Score dispute question:
Doubles game. Team A is serving, and server 1 calls the score: 8-9-1. He scores a point, switches position and calls the new score, 9-9-1. He loses the serve. His partner (server 2) calls the score: 9-9-2, and also loses the serve.
Now team B is serving. Server 1 calls the score, 9-9-1 and loses the serve. His partner, server 2 calls the score, 9-9-2 and also loses the serve.
Back to team A. Server 1 calls the score, 9-9-1 and scores a point. He switches position, calls the score, 10-9-1 and wins the point and the game, 11-9.
Both teams approach the net to shake hands, and one of the players from team B starts to argue that the score was wrong and must have been called incorrectly at some point. He begins to recount all the points and (in his mind) based on the side the server from team A was on, he believes the score had to be wrong.
My argument is, if both teams had been calling the score - and nether had ever disputed it - once the game has ended, it’s too late to try to argue the score – EVEN IF you could go back and view the game and saw that the score actually was called wrong at some point.
What’s the official rule on that?