LE SCAN SPORT – After throwing a ball in the audience, the Frenchman destroyed a parasol before attacking a spectator.

On the bridge in New York in the first round of the US Open, Benoît Paire once again showed his bad face on the court. Opposed to Lajovic, the Avignon player dropped the first two sets (3-6, 5-7) while totally losing control of his nerves. The first incident occurred in the first set when, led 2-5, following a serve out of bounds for the square, the French threw a ball in the audience.

A simple appetizer before a new pà © tage of lead at the end of the second round. As he was led 5-6, serve for his opponent, the 49th world day did not appreciate a spectator talking during an exchange. Once the point was lost, Paire walked over to the referee to complain, quickly getting nervous, smashing his racquet onto a parasol (serving to shelter his opponent at the change of sides).

A stroke of blood which earned the French a penalty point, offering the set to Lajovic on a plateau. Paire then addressed the spectator a little too talkative with a flowery language in French, undoubtedly to avoid being pinged by the referee: “Son of pa ?? ¦, big son of pa ?? ¦. Do you understand? ”

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