Mikael Ymer disagreed with the referee’s decision in the men’s singles round of 16 of the Lyon Tennis Championship. The Swedish tennis player, ranked 53rd in the world rankings, complained so badly to the referee during the first set of the match against Frenchman Arthur Fils that he broke his racket on the referee’s chair. Therefore, instead of giving a warning, the referee immediately sent him off.
|Mikael Ymir smashed his racket into the referee’s chair, resulting in his immediate ejection (Picture: Getty Images)|
Michael Ymir At 5:5, 30:30, he hit the ball out of bounds, but according to him, Phils’ return was out of bounds. And the Swede vehemently complained to the referee in vain, and he could not convince him, although he asked him to look at the trajectory of the ball on the field.
Soon after, Fils took Ymir’s serve, and this – in addition to the previous point – angered the Swede so much that he broke his racket on the referee’s chair, for which he was immediately sent off instead of warning him, so Fils won. Match with the score scheduled, which in the Canadian quarter-finals With Félix Auger-Aliassime Coincidence.
By the way, at the tournament in Lyon Martin Vosovic cursed his opponent, To Sebastian Baezbut later apologized for his words.
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