There are dependably times where tennis players lose their cool yet few have lost it very as breathtakingly as Martin Klizan amid his first-round exit at the Monte-Carlo Masters on Monday.
The Slovak went up against Nicolas Almagro toward the begin of the third Masters 1000 occasion of the season yet subsequent to winning the primary set, things turned out badly rapidly in a 4 6-3 6-1 misfortune.
In the wake of going 3-0 down in the choosing set, Klizan tossed his racquet, which earned him a point punishment.
The occurrence immediately heightened, as the world No. 61 then chose to crush up the umbrella and his racquet, gaining himself two diversion punishments for unsportsmanlike lead simultaneously.
Clearly, he went ahead to lose starting there and keeping in mind that Klizan shook hands with Almagro, he declined to recognize the umpire at the match’s decision.