Published: Wed, January 22, 2020
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Fuming Shapovalov slams 'terrible call' in Australian Open upset

Fuming Shapovalov slams 'terrible call' in Australian Open upset

Denis Shapovalov's run at the Australian Open has ended.

New Canadian gunman Denis Shapovalov pulled into the wheelchair before surrendering to nerves when he was knocked out of the first Australian Open Round 6-3 6-7 (7) 6-1 7-6 (3) against the Hungarian. newcomer Marton Fucsovics.

Speaking to reporters post losing the game, Shapovalov said that he played really nervous today.

He continued to speak out against the violation in the press conference.

After a long rally, Fucsovics sailed wide back and gave Shapovalov an 8-7 lead and a chance at setpoint. But WorldNo 67 Fucsovics preserved a stable degree throughout each of the 4 collections, permitting Shapovalov to make blunders in essential minutes.

Shapovalov got off to a slow start as a lengthy opening game of the match ultimately swung the way of his Hungarian opponent.

Shapovalov conserved an established factor in the second-set tie-break to also the suit at one collection each, relatively transforming the trend in favour of theNo 13 seed. On the next serve, Fucsovics won the game.

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Osaka's father, Leonard Francois, was in the crowd watching as the defending champion reeled off the last four games after dropping serve for the only time to beat Marie Bouzkova 6-2, 6-4.

Shapovalov struggled right from the start at Margaret Court Arena and given a code violation after smashing his racket into the blue hardcourt when he was broken early in the third set.

But in the fight of previous Wimbledon children' songs titlists, Shapovalov needed to call back his aggressiveness frequently to stay clear of making blunders, permitting Fucsovics openings. If I break it, 100% code me, " Shapovalov yelled at umpire Renaud Lichtenstein. Against himself after he had driven a forehand past a running Fucsovics to tie the set 3-3.

Shapovalov again threw his racket to the ground when his return went too deep, giving Fucsovics the advantage. "You're not doing your job". You only find reasons to code me.

Shapovalov jumped out to 2-0 and 3-1 leads in the fourth set but Fucsovics battled back to tie it 4-4 and take a 5-4 lead before Shapovalov evened it 5-5. "It happens to every tennis player and it's just about learning to deal with".

"I was hitting the ball really well, I like it here".

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