Players using mobile phones on court? Roger Federer sees the funny side

Federer, however, warned that players could also undermine the game's integrity if they used their phones on court, as seen on a couple of occasions during the French Open.

updated: May 31, 2013 09:20 IST
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Paris: Roger Federer admits he can see the funny side of players whipping out mobile phones on court, but warns they could also undermine the game's integrity.

Sergiy Stakhovsky of Ukraine used his phone to take a picture of a contentious line call in his French Open first round defeat to Richard Gasquet.

France's Gael Monfils, meanwhile, took his phone from his bag to film the Court Philippe Chatrier crowd peforming a 'Mexican wave' during his second round victory over Ernests Gulbis on Wednesday.

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