We've seen it many times lately, Foxtenn video refereeing technology, supposed to be infallible, clearly shows limits.
We first saw it with Federico Chingotto, quite annoyed to see that a ball from Ramiro Moyano, which seemed to be a foul, was finally given good score by the video referee...
Chingo con la CALENTURA por culpa de Foxtenn— Out Of Context Padel (@ocpadel) September 19, 2023
-The camera is the only one that exists in the world! Calor!!
Él pondría “10 bottles in medium campo”
Rami and Xisco are descojonan#MadridMaster #Chingotto #Paquito #Xisco #Moyano pic.twitter.com/MzYNWZo37Q
This weekend, it was Jon Sanz who was particularly annoyed in a fairly similar situation: a lob from Franco Stupaczuk, which seemed to us to clearly hit the glass before the carpet, but was ultimately given the thumbs up by the video referee. The Navarrese also did not fail to make his dissatisfaction known with a small “Foxtenn is going to give it good. This is fucking shit!” which will certainly have pleased lovers of refined language...
La sentida lírica de Jon Sanz hacia Foxtenn— Out Of Context Padel (@ocpadel) September 22, 2023
Is a pvta mierda! a pvta mierda! How the sea is good for me!
The sonrisas accomplices of Martin and Franco that speak perfectly of what goes to the theme#MadridMaster #JonSanz #DiNenno #Coki #Stupa pic.twitter.com/Txqpy8KcHU
We note that this video refereeing technology is not unanimous among players. Do you think we should take a step back and leave it behind and put a human back in charge? We are waiting for your opinions!
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