To say that Canadian Vasek Pospisil encountered negative emotions in the first round of the Miami Championships is an understatement.
Pospisil, the 67th ranked player in the world, escaped 6-3 in the first game and lost 1 point in the second violation of the code. This is an abuse of language. He had received warnings for abusing the racket before, and he had completely demolished it not long ago. The Canadian then sat in a chair and rested for two minutes.
“What’s going on?” Pospisil answered the question from the host referee Arnaud Gabas. Yesterday, an hour and a half, the chairman of the ATP (“Chairman”) (Dominant) Yelled at me in a meeting, trying to unite the players. One and a half hours. President of ATP! Bring him here. what(Dominant) T ** uc * l.
“Why do I support this (organization)? If you want me to fail by default, I will be happy to sue the organization.”
Pospisil eventually lost 6-3, 4-6, 6-3 in three sets. McDonald’s will face John Isner in the second round.