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Laura Clark had to restrict her Instagram account to messages from fans of the Serbian tennis player.

The scandalous expulsion of Novak Djokovic from the US Open, for an inadvertent assault on a linesman, had much more serious consequences from the human point of view than the attitude of the Serbian tennis player, who apologized shortly after the incident. Laura Clark, the woman who received the blow to the neck, was threatened by fans of the Serbian on her Instagram account.

His profile on the social network was public and some followers of Nole took advantage of a post of his in tribute to a son who died in 2008 due to an accident on a bicycle.

“Do not worry, soon you will join him“and” God sees everything “were two of the disgusting comments. For this reason, Clark had to modify his account, which is now only accessible to followers admitted by her.

Other users chose photographs in which it promotes a wine brand to accuse it of being alcoholic or ill. “Can you drink gallons of alcohol but can’t survive a tennis ball? Bad acting. Scoundrel,” they had written.

Clark, in 2014, had given an interview to a medium called Living Owensboro, in which he confessed that he had already suffered a ball in the face, at 209 kilometers per hour, in Louisville.

“I had not learned the technique of movement and broke my lip completely”, said.

The woman became interested in tennis in 2007 and in 2009 she had her first tournament as a judge, in Cincinnati. She had recounted her experience: “The first time you are on a big court is the coolest and scariest experience in the whole world. You’re shaking so hard and you’re sure they can see you shaking. As soon as the game starts, as soon as it is time to stand up and look down at the court, the nerves disappear, until you make a mistake or your voice becomes high-pitched, ”said Laura. In addition, she said that per year she traveled to nine tournaments in the United States to fulfill functions.

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