Challenge. What do you mean, there's no Hawk-Eye?

For those unfamiliar with tennis, Hawk-Eye is a technology which judges the trajectory of a shot or serve in order to help make difficult decisions. But the feature won't make its way into Grand Slam Tennis 2, according to producer Liam Miller.

“It’s not like we didn’t think about it putting it in,” he said in a streamed presentation to fans and press overnight. “But people want to play tennis. They want to hit the ball. They don’t want to spend too much time looking at replays.”

True, but seeing as the use of Hawk-Eye is heavily limited in a match of tennis, it seems a little bit like a cop-out to us. Though to be honest though, we suppose we can live without having to watch the opponent AI challenge a shot that's clearly out.