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‘How old are you? Are you 12?’: Hungarian tennis player scolds Argentina’s Sebastian Baez for shouting his points



At the Lyon ATP, Marton Husovic complained about his rival’s behavior and had to be appeased by the match’s referee.

Argentinian tennis players during the first round of the ATP 250 in Lyon Sebastian Baez managed to advance by defeating the Hungarians Marton Husovic The referee had to intervene in a match that featured a violent cross between the two players in the second set.

Currently ranked 80th in the ATP Rankings Exploded with the constant screaming of South Americans At the moment he scored a goal, he scolded him severely without hesitation even after the match ended.

Husović defiantly questioned his own maturity as he waited for the 44th-ranked player to take a seat before crossing in front of him.

“How old are you? Twelve years?” he asked the Andean crosser, who managed to answer in amazement, “No, I am twenty-two.”

Likewise, the Hungarian player insisted he was acting like a 12-year-old, and Vuçovic erupted in anger when the match referee decided to intervene after angry criticism.

“These 20-somethings… he’s not the only one. It’s very unfair. He yelled ‘Let’s go’ every time I lost a point.” I know they are allowed to do this, but it’s a big deal. ” emphasized the 31-year-old tennis player.

Notably, Baez won the match with partial wins, 6-4 and 7-6, after two hours of hard-fought competition and will face his compatriots in the second round. Pedro Cachin (63rd), defeating local Gael Monfils.

Source: Biobiochile

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