"Male players in the US Open challenged a total of 73 calls. Women challenged only 28. Maybe they, more than the men, assumed that the authority figure – the judge – must have got it right. Maybe they suspected the judges were wrong, but then that flash of concern was overridden by self-doubt. Maybe they felt it would come across as rude or arrogant to question the call, and they wisely reasoned it wouldn’t be good for them to question it. Maybe they felt afraid of..."
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