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Two incidents this year of a no-ball being wrongly called and denying a bowler a wicket in a Test match were behind the ICCs decision to trial handing the process over to the third umpire. Adrian Griffith, the ICCs senior manager for umpires and referees, said that the ICC Cricket Committee had subsequently asked for the issue to be looked at and suggested it could be the next step in making the third umpire a specialist position.In Wellington, where Doug Bracewell bowled Adam Voges, who was on 7 at the time and made 239, then at Lords, where Nuwan Pradeep did the same to Alex Hales, an erroneous call of no-ball by the standing umpire prevented the legitimate fall of a wicket - the latter sparking a protest from the visitors dressing room. It is to remove such occurrences from the game that during Englands ODI series with Pakistan over the next fortnight a system using fixed cameras and an electronic signal sent to the on-field umpires will be assessed by the ICC.Informal tests of how the technology would work have been carried out during the English summer and it will now be put into action in live match situations, to assess the effect on the third umpires workload and to address any unforeseen issues before taking the proposals forward.The cricket committee this year said, we want to look at something to assist the umpires with calling no-balls, because weve had the two incidences where no-balls were called and a wicket has fallen - and you cant reverse it, Griffith told ESPNcricinfo. The cricket committee has said we want to look at something and this is what weve put forward to look at. And well trial it and go back with our findings.In the games that have been played in England, with Sri Lanka and now Pakistan, weve been looking at systems to see how it would work, weve had our third umpire sit there and try it out. So we got some feedback on that and we got the sense, yes, it could work. But unless we put it in a live game we really wouldnt know what it can do, what the limitations are. So first we check the technology and now we put it in a real, live trial. Marais Erasmus and Simon Fry will be the two men taking turns in the TV umpires chair during the forthcoming series and getting to grips with the system. They will see a live feed of each delivery, followed 1.5 seconds later by a shot of the front foot landing; if after consulting replays it is determined a no-ball has been bowled, the third umpire will send a signal to a pager watch, similar to the kind used in footballs goal-line technology to tell a referee if the ball has crossed the line.With the third umpire also having to oversee the DRS and help adjudicate on a variety of other issues including run-outs, stumpings and whether a catch has carried, sometimes led by the view of the on-field umpires, Griffith said there was an increasing likelihood that the position would become a distinct one. Weve been thinking about that anyway, weve been looking at the feasibility and taking it towards specialist umpire anyway, he said. This may change the third umpire but we were always heading in that direction.Along with how the new system affects the third umpires job, Griffith and his team will be looking at whether the delay in calling no-balls has an impact on the game itself. Both teams have been told that the on-field umpires will not be calling no-balls themselves and are happy to see how the experiment goes. Slowing the game down is a potential side effect, although it could also help save time by cutting out the process of checking for the no-ball after a dismissal.We want to see what sort of timings it is, the flow of the game, because we dont want to affect the game adversely, Griffith said. So those are the things were looking at, the flow of the game, what extra work, what limitations does it put on the third umpire, if any, what the teams think about it, how it affects the broadcast… To understand if what were trying to do is fit for purpose.From here, after the five ODIs in England and Wales, Griffith will collect feedback from all those involved in the trial and then present the findings to the ICCs cricket committee, which will look at whether it could be rolled out in all international competition.Asked whether he thought the system would be beneficial, Griffith said: Yes, from what we have seen. In game, there will be things thrown at you that you probably didnt think of, or hadnt gone through, or different situations present themselves. But from what weve seen, to get to this stage, were happy that the technology works and it is worthwhile to go forwards. 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The first ball has yet to be hit in Rio, but the women are already poised to run Olympic-worthy rings around the men in the race for attention in the Olympic Games.Thats because eight of the top 10 women are in the WTA draw, while half of the top 10 men did not show up for roll call.No. 3 Roger Federer and Swiss countryman No. 4 Stan Wawrinka are among those who bailed because of injury.However, No. 1 Novak Djokovic and No. 2 Andy Murray are in the draw and could meet in a blockbuster final, as could top two seeds Serena Williams and Angelique Kerber, who are 1-1 in Grand Slam finals this year, on the womens side.But its a long way to those potential finals, so lets take a look at the singles draws:Best first-round matchesATP: Undoubtedly, its the pairing of two former bronze medalists, Djokovic of Serbia and Argentinas Juan Martin del Potro. Djokovic won the Toronto Masters last week, demonstrating that he has overcome that upset at Wimbledon. Delpos career has been shattered by wrist injuries and surgeries, but the 6-foot-6 former US Open champ is a wrecking ball on hard courts and on the comeback trail again.WTA: Eugenie Bouchard of Canada and Sloane Stephens are two of the most enigmatic players in the game. Both are richly talented, both have gone deep at Grand Slams and both appeared to get sidetracked and lose motivation and/or confidence after early success. Its a good opportunity for both of them.Luck of the drawATP: Unlike good pals and fellow U.S. countrymen John Isner and Sam Querrey, Steve Johnson signed up for Rio. He was rewarded by drawing Darian King of Barbados, whos ranked No. 164 and playing thanks to one of the nine special wild card-type invitations in each singles draw. Those invites are issued on a discretionary basis in order to encourage diversity and regional development, and to acknowledge talented individuals developing under adverse conditions.WTA: Its all happening so fast for 19-year-old No. 27 Daria Kasatkina. She must lead a charmed life because, while competing in her first Olympics, she also drew the recipient of an ITF invite, Tunisias Ons Jabeur, whos ranked No. 181.Toughest quarterATP: Djokovic truly has his work cut out. Also in his quarter besides del Potro is No. 14 seed Jack Sock, hard-serving Jerzy Janowicz and No. 5 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.WTA: Put yourself in Serenas shoes. Great as she is, the names shes looking at are Alize Cornet, Andrea Petkovic, No. 11 Petra Kvitova, Caroline Wozniacki, Ekaterina Makarova and No. 6 Roberta Vinci. 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