Medvedev-Bublik and an unusual situation in Toronto


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Medvedev-Bublik and an unusual situation in Toronto

The victory of the Russian Daniil Medvedev (2nd) against the Kazakh Alexander Bublik (39th) went to the background, because in the third set the chair judge charged hindrance, unusual failure in tennis, which caused laughter between both players.

When the game was 4-6, 6-3 and 2-0 in his favor, the best seed of the tournament struck out twice in a row with a smash at his rival, who was surprised and barely managed to return in the first, while he covered himself with an eventual ball and ended up rolled in Canadian cement. At the time, the 11-time ATP-level champion apologized, prompting the chair umpire called hindrance, a penalty that is usually charged when a player annoys the opponent with gestures or deliberate shouts, and caused the laughter of both.

“Can you imagine how silly this ruling is? I had the ball to shoot, not you. This will be on Tennis TV.”, expressed the 198-centimeter right-hander before the complicity of Bublik and the incredulous look of the umpire.


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