Why tennis umpires don’t have a love-love relationship with players

John McEnroe’s famous outbursts on the tennis court were just one source of headaches for umpires. Journalist William Ralston joins host Krys Boyd to discuss the troubles of today’s umpires in professional tennis, where technology was meant to end contentious calls and quell hot tempers but has only added to the on-court battles. His article in The Guardian is “’You can’t be the player’s friend’: inside the secretive world of tennis umpires.”