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, BenoÃ®t 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 pÃ © 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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