Not usually. USTA League matches at the local level are un-officiated. Occasionally, players will request a court monitor because of disagreements on court. The court monitor’s primary duty is to help all players in an impartial and unbiased manner in accordance with The Code. One or two monitors may be used, with each positioned at a net post. A Player may ask for assistance with calling obvious foot faults, keeping score, and/or timing intervals between points, changeovers, and sets. Otherwise, the monitor should remain silent and not interject himself into the match. When asked the monitor should overrule a call only if he is 100% sure that the original call made was in error. If unsure, the court monitors should allow the original call to stand. If two monitors are used, the one with the closer and clearer view of the play should make the call, especially along his sideline. In a situation in which both monitors believe they saw the play clearly, yet disagree on the call, the point shall be replayed. The time to find a court monitor is needed should not exceed a few minutes. The player may notify his captain or another player to help find a monitor. Play should resume, the players should not wait for a court monitor to arrive.