My opponent called "Double Bounce" on my side of the court after I scooped up a short ball. She made the call while hitting the ball back to me. The ball did not bounce twice.
Can I stop play and claim the point because:
1) Double bounce on my court is my call.
2) My opponent talking while the ball is coming toward my court creates a hindrance for me.
KAUFMAN: Double bounces are called by the person who hit the ball, not the opponent. If a player does not call it on themselves immediately, then play must continue.
If the opponent makes the call it is a hindrance and you win the point since it is not their call.
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