LE SCAN SPORT – The world number three was eliminated from the Mexican tournament after a bad gesture after falling out in doubles.
Alexander Zverev’s nights follow each other, but they are not the same. The German, the winner of the last match in history on the night from Monday to Tuesday, was out of control tonight after losing in a doubles match with Marcel Melom against the pair Glasspool / Heliovaara (6–2, 4–6, 10–6).
In the deciding game, after the dispute ball, the world number three hit the referee in the chair several times. His rocket passed frightened a few inches from the official’s feet, while his partner passed by … as if nothing had happened.
The 24-year-old Olympic winner then returned to the referee to show him a little more of his anger. After this sequence, the German was simply excluded from the tournament, as the ATP 500 management in Acapulco put it on social networks:Alexander Zverev dropped out of the Acapulco tournament on Tuesday night due to unsportsmanlike doubles.Thanks to this, Pole Peter Gojowczyk (95th in the world) qualified directly in the third round.
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