At the ATP tournament in Rome, Novak Djokovic lost his cool due to the wet stadium and shouted at the referee. This then interrupts the game.
The basics are in brief
- Novak Djokovic loses his cool in Rome.
- He shouts at the referee for control of the wet field.
- Then the game was stopped for several hours.
He served in the second set for the match. But American Taylor Fritz made the break.
And the Serbian took his frustration with the verdict. He shouted loudly at the chair referee: “How long do you want to play?” He kept calm: “I’ll look at the court.”
The first in the world rankings continued shouting that he had been asked to do so three times. But this time, the referee follows the request. He looks at the wet spot and stops the game for several hours.
Will Djokovic win the championship in Rome?
“When it rains, the sand turns into mud,” Djokovic explains. Even though he already has a lot of experience, he still gets angry and thus loses his cool.
In the end he wins A clear favorite Game 6: 3, 7: 6 (7: 5). It is in the round of sixteen of the tournament.
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