Hawk-Eye


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Hawk-Eye

n
(General Sporting Terms) trademark an optical ball-tracking device used as an aid to commentators in certain sports, and as an officiating tool in major tennis tournaments
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Video assistant referees (VAR) have been introduced in Premier League football this season to adjudicate on goals, penalties and potential red cards while cricket uses technology to judge on wickets, and tennis utilises the Hawk-Eye system to see if the ball landed in.
Gave Warner out lbw and he didn't review - Hawk-Eye showed it was missing.
From there she slipped, via a rambling, rumbling grumble about Hawk-Eye, to a 6-4 6-2 defeat.
Summary: Amritsar (Punjab), June 6 (ANI): Security personnel and police personnel have been maintaining a hawk-eye vigil outside the Golden Temple in Amritsar and across the city in the wake of the 35th anniversary of Operation Blue Star on Thursday.
'And in another first for Oman, the series here will see the use of Hawk-Eye's cricket technology by the ICC.'
The hawk-eye, however, revealed that the ball would have gone on to clip the leg-stump and as per the new ICC laws introduced in September 2017 the review stayed with them.
Hawk-Eye, the company responsible for providing the technology used within VAR, has since explained a technical error was responsible for the fact the lines shown were not straight.
Summary: The Dubai tournament will have the spidercam for the first time and they will also have the hawk-eye on Court One.
Mr and Mrs Evans, from Llanbedrog, near Pwllheli, said the 20-year-old had been "loving every minute" of his time there, where he was employed by sports technology company Hawk-Eye during a year-out from university.
AN EMPLOYEE of sports technology firm Hawk-Eye plunged to his death down a lift shaft at a tennis stadium in China, an inquest has heard.
EUROPEAN Champions Cup bosses are weighing up whether to adopt Hawk-Eye after the technology's use at the World Cup.
The Semple Stadium pitch was stormed by Limerick fans after the whistle and Nash was hailed a hero just two years after his Hawk-Eye heartache.