Bronca de Djokovic to the Spanish judge Jaume Campistol: "You will have made a name for yourself!"

The Serbian received an admonition from the chair-sitting judge for exceeding time and he became enraged: "Have you ever played tennis?" He asked.


Novak Djokovic faced the chairman, Spaniard Jaume Campistol, at the end of the third set, which he lost. He had just received a second warning (warning) for exceeding time to take out a crucial point.

"Have you ever played tennis? Have you refereed at a top level? Well done, you've made a name for yourself, now you will be famous ", snapped the Serbian , deranged after giving up the game to go losing 2-1 in the semifinal resumption against Dominic Thiem who had to stop with rain on Friday with 6-2, 3-6 and 3-1 two years ago the gold category in arbitration of the International Federation (ITF) and joined two other Spaniards who are international chair judges, Felix Torralba and Nacho Forcadell.



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