More chair umpire controversy in Oz

Updated: January 21, 2012, 9:49 AM ET
By Ravi Ubha | ESPN.com

MELBOURNE, Australia -- It hasn't been a good Australian Open for chair umpires.

First, Kader Nouni drew the ire of David Nalbandian when he didn't allow the Argentine to make a challenge deep in the fifth set of a second-round loss to John Isner. On Friday, Carlos Ramos seemed to err when he allowed play to continue as Bernard Tomic motioned to make a challenge in a rally against Alexandr Dolgopolov. Dolgopolov wasn't amused.

On Saturday, American Vania King unjustly lost a point ...

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