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Medvedev insults the referee in the middle of the match | Australian Open

Daniil Medvedev left one of the most unfortunate images of recent times in professional sports. The Russian tennis player, who has already had a confrontation with fans in tournaments such as the US Open or the Australian Open itself, went one step further and faced the referee of his semifinal match of the Aussie tournament, who measured Stefanos Tsitsipas , to the point of insulting and yelling at him, risking disqualification.

Medvedev 's loss of papers was órdago, after losing the second set of the match against Tsitsipas . The reason? The alleged coaching of the Greek's father and coach, Apostolos Tsitsipas, from which he would have benefited during the match. In any case, the forms are far from leaving a tennis player who is as talented as he is controversial and who this time the situation got out of hand.

"Are you crazy? Can his father speak at each point?! You're stupid? Answer my question ! Can you answer me? My God, you are very bad. How can you be so bad in a Grand Slam semifinal? Look at me, I'm talking to you," snapped Medvedev, interspersing insults, intimidating gestures and shouting at Jaume Campistol, the Spanish chair judge who refereed the clash.

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