Friday, March 26, 2021 19:01 PM (GMT + 7)
(Sports news, tennis news) Too hot weather at the Miami Open is going on making many players angry.
The weather in Miami these days fluctuates between 20 and 26 degrees Celsius. The temperature is not too hot, but the hot sun makes it difficult for players to play in the afternoon, some players are exhausted. and there are people who can’t stay calm.
Kokkinakis is infuriated by having umbrellas but not being able to shade the sun
British tennis player Jack Draper, 19 years old, reached the first round of the ATP 1,000 tournament, but this 1m91 tall man fainted on the field during the first round of the Miami Open and had to give up due to shock. heat. The incident occurred when the 19-year-old player confronted Mikhail Kukushkin. Jack Draper was shocked to give up the prize, the ticket to the second round for Kukushkin.
Also due to the sun, the tennis player Thanasi Kokkinakis quarreled with the referee. Due to the Covid-19 gap rule, children will not be allowed to hold umbrellas for players during the break, which causes Australian player Kokkinakis to madly tell the referee: “This is a foolish rule. dumbest I’ve ever seen “.
Although he lost his temper, but then the Australian player held back his emotions to play steadily. The 24-year-old won a 2-0 (6-3, 6-3) win over Shintaro Mochizuki (Japan) to win a ticket to the second round.
Posposil quarreled with the referee
Unlike Kokkinakis, a Canadian player, Vasek Posposil expressed frustration with the referee and he lost the match. The Canadian player was eliminated from the Masters 1,000 event when he lost 3-6, 6-4, 3-6 to American Mackenzie McDonald in round 1.
World No. 67 player “on fire” at the end of set 1, he threw a ball out of the field, then smashed the racket, he was then deducted points for cursing behavior on the field. Obviously the heat in Miami is affecting the quality of the game, the spirit of many players.
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