Curious to see Roberto Bautista Agut lose his temper. A man applied to work, to respect and to the location that for a moment and encouraged by a spectator, he commanded him to shut up without regard.
The Spaniard gave way in the second set to John Isner and as he walked towards his chair, he did not take his eyes off the fan whom he pointed with his finger.
The player even received the challenge of the international umpire Adel Nour who gave him a “warning” for said attitude and asked for professionalism for the rest of the game.
After the victory in three sets, Bautista clapped his racket and let the bad moment go by.