line judge


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football official who assists the referee by keeping track of the official time during the game

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After missing a break point early in the third set, Djokovic bounced his racket angrily on the ground and then looked round in horror as it flew towards a line judge.
But the Serb's bid to complete a career Grand Slam would have ended in the third set if the line judge hadn't moved to avoid the racquet he tossed in frustration.
Had it hit the nearby line judge, who was forced to take evasive action, Djokovic would have been disqualified.
The outspoken player, who made his name at SW19 with a shock victory over Rafael Nadal last year, said afterwards: "I was just asking the umpire what the line judge said.
Before Wimbledon in 2012, Nalbandian was disqualified and fined after a line judge was hurt when the player kicked an advertising board during the final at the Queen's Club grass-court tuneup tournament.
I enjoy being a line judge and it pays well but I don't want to follow in my father's footsteps.
Los Angeles police in New York arrested Goodman in August as she arrived to be a line judge at the tournament.
Eastin, who is originally from Worcester, became the first woman to be an official in an NFL regular-season game, working as the line judge in the Rams-Lions matchup yesterday.
Which 'C' is the name given to the electronic line judge at Wimbledon?
After missing a lunging forehand Nalbandian kicked an advertising hoarding in front of the chair of line judge Andrew McDougall.
Having just lost the seventh game, Nalbandian fiercely kicked an advertising board in front of line judge Andrew Mc-Dougall's chair.
Former Wimbledon finalist David Nalbandian was disqualified from the Queen's Club final after kicking an advertising board, which subsequently struck and injured line judge Andrew McDougall.
Summary: Former champion Andy Roddick today crashed out of the US Open after ranting at a line judge who called a foot fault against him.
She lost both points and the match ended when the umpire over-ruled the line judge and called Bammer s return long.
Serena Williams won last year's final to join an elite group of female players to have won 10 Grand Slam titles, but the 28-year-old's most recent Grand Slam appearance ended with an astonishing tirade against a US Open line judge.