The fury of an Australian Open tennis player against a judge: “I have never seen someone so bad”

The experienced tennis player jeremy chardy35 years old and who used to be in the top 30 of the ATP circuit, was eliminated in the second round of the australian open before the english daniel evans, who occupies the 25th place in the ranking. However, the anecdotal was not the result between the two, but the reaction of the French.

After the first set both are tied 3-3 to Chardy a ball fell out of his pocket in the middle of play and the game had to be stopped. Faced with this situation, the former 25th in the world went with the tip plugs to the judge: “In my life, in my 20-year career, I have not seen a judge as bad as you.”

During the game and that specific situation. the French reproached the judge: “Are you looking at the birds? Clouds?” and there a dialogue took place between the two.

Later, in a press conference, Chardy after its elimination, I do not hesitate to rant against the judge: “It’s the biggest Australian Open mistake ever recorded“, threw.

The concrete thing is that English Dan Evans he defeated the Frenchman 6-4, 6-4 and 6-1.