This sunday my son played in a tennis match where there were no referees other than the 2 players.This practice is being adopted to promote fair play. In my experience this has prompted more foul play and foul tempers and foul moods .. Parents and other spectators were supposed to watch from sidelines without disturbing the contestants. My son's opponent made a few wrong line calls. Some could be attributed to poor judgement but some were really wrong. Though we could see clearly from sidelines we could not do anything about it. My son had to forego the point which was rightfully his. This went on for some time and my son finally did win that match. But the other kid approx. same age as my son did what he did so as to win the match. His parents were watching too but made no visible interaction either during or after the game. (which they or their coach could and should have done). This is no isolated incident for us. when we goto our kids soccer game the parents goad their kids from the sidelines and openly reprimand the kid for not running harder or pushing some other child fast enough and such. All these are being done solely with the end in mind. The end being to WIN. At what ever the cost and what ever it takes. For this sole reason everyone seems fine with their means like wrong line calling, as long as it brings them a winner.!! I clearly dont think so but I do seem to be in a minority! Do you think this Is justified.?