With a fame that does not favor him at all, Corentin Moutet (92nd in the world ranking) He returned to the center of attention after insulting the match referee and subsequently being disqualified from Adelaide’s ATP 250.
In the duel before Laslo Djere (52º) For the round of 16 of the Australian tournament, the Frenchman did not accept the judge’s terms in the second set after breaking when he was 40-0 up. Behind this, He began to criticize the umpire saying “go to m …” and also reproaching the attitude of his opponent.
After this action, the umpire called the supervisor and made the decision to end the match with the partial victory of the Serbian 4-6 and 7-5, thus being Moutet’s first expulsion in a tournament.
Thus, Djere will face Marin Cilic for a place among the four best of the contest while Gaël Monfils (Juan Manuel Cerúndolo’s rival) is the only Frenchman left in the tournament.
🇫🇷 Corentin Moutet was disqualified from #Adelaida for insulting the umpire.
❌ The Frenchman was 6-4, 5-7 against Djere in his round of 16 match. pic.twitter.com/LqtNGA7hdu
– ESPN Tennis (@ESPNtenis) January 5, 2022