Alejandro Davidovich Fokina Wimbledon controversy smashed ball

Insane moment furious tennis star gets DUMPED OUT of Wimbledon for smashing a ball out of the stadium in dramatic end to matchas superbrat John McEnroe sticks up for him

  • Spanish young gun Alejandro Davidovich Fokina, 23, bundled out of Wimbledon
  • Issued code violation for ball abuse after smashing ball from Court 17 in fifth set
  • Was Davidovich Fokina’s second violation, then received penalty on match point
  • Meant Czech rival Jiri Vedsely automatically won the fifth set in a tiebreak, 10-7
  • Spanish tennis star Alejandro Davidovich Fokina has been sent packing from 温布尔登 in sensational fashion after copping a crucial penalty on match point against Jiri Vesely.

    Davidovich Fokina, 是一场“噩梦” 37, smashed a ball out of Court 17 after losing his nerve with an unforced error in the fifth set tiebreak to trail 9-7.

    It proved pivotal, with chair umpire Carlos Ramos then issuing the Spaniard a code violation for ball abuse.

    Spanish tennis star Alejandro Davidovich Fokina has been sent packing from Wimbledon in sensational fashion

    Spanish tennis star Alejandro Davidovich Fokina has been sent packing from Wimbledon in sensational fashion

    After copping a crucial penalty on match point against Jiri Vesely, Davidovich Fokina automatically lost the fifth set tiebreaker in the second round

    After copping a crucial penalty on match point against Jiri Vesely, Davidovich Fokina automatically lost the fifth set tiebreaker in the second round

    It was also Davidovich Fokina’s second violation, meaning he received a point penalty.

    The penalty pushed Vesely’s lead out to 10-7 and the second round match was over in an instant.

    ‘That’s crazywhat a lousy way to end it,’ superbrat and former world No.1 John McEnroe said in commentary for ESPN.

    Davidovich Fokina, 23, had earlier received a code violation from Ramos following an audible obscenity.

    据报道, the young gun believed he wouldn’t receive a point penalty for smashing the ball out of the stadiumbecause it is deemed a different offence.

    The Spaniard was shattered at the brutal outcome and was spotted sitting in his chair long after the match ended on Court 17 (图为)

    The Spaniard was shattered at the brutal outcome and was spotted sitting in his chair long after the match ended on Court 17 (图为)








    The Spaniard was shattered at the brutal outcome and was spotted sitting in his chair long after the match ended.

    The final score was 6-3 5-7 6-7 (2) 6-3 7-6 (10-7) in Vesely’s favour after nearly four hours on court.

    Czech star Vesely, who couldn’t believe his luck, moves through to the third roundwith his next opponent on the hallowed grass still to be determined.