Novak Djokovic Was Out Race Of US Open 2020
Novak Djokovic was knocked out of the US Open for accidentally hitting a line judge in the throat of a tennis judge after a game-draping game in his fourth-round match on Sunday, a surprise end to his 29-match winning streak Was and bid for the 18th Grand. Slam Title.
As he walked to the edge of Arthur Ash Stadium for a change, trailing Pablo Carreno Busta 6-5 in the first set, Djokovic – who was seeded No. 1 and a favorite for the championship – was angry. I threw a ball behind them. The ball flew just in front of the line judge, who fell to his knees behind the court and reached his neck.
During a nearly 10-minute discussion with net referee Soren Fremel, grand slam supervisor Andreas Egli and chair umpire Aureli Tourte, Djokovic filed his case.
“He said he did not intentionally hit the line umpire. He said, ‘Yes, I was angry. I hit the ball. I hit the line umpire. The facts are very clear. But that was not my intention. I Not doing it on purpose. So they said they shouldn’t default to it, “said Freimel, who decided to end the match.” And we all agree that he didn’t do it on purpose, but The facts still remain that he hit the line umpire and the line umpire was clearly hurt.
Fremel did not see what had happened, and said he was not allowed to investigate the video replays, but was given a randon by Egli and Tourte. Fremel said that even though Djokovic did not intend to hurt Rekha’s judge, she was hurt, and the ruling was enough to make the ruling.
Eventually, Djokovic went on to join hands with Carreno Busta. Tourette announced that tennis was defaulted to equal a rejection to Djokovic.
“I was in a little shock, no?” Carreño Busta later said in a news conference via video conference at the US Open due to social-disturbing rules, staging the first Grand Slam tournament amid the coronovirus epidemic.
Djokovic left the tournament ground early without speaking to reporters, apologizing hours later on social media.
“This whole situation has left me really sad and empty. I checked on the person with the lines and the tournament told me that thank God he felt fine. I am so sorry for her stress. So spontaneously. So wrong, ”Djokovic wrote.
He said, “For disqualification, I need to go back and work on my disappointment and turn it all into a lesson for my growth and development as a player and human being.” “I apologize to the @usopen tournament and everyone involved with my behavior.”
Asked if he thought Djokovic should be allowed to continue playing, Carreno Busta said and replied: “Well, the rules are the rules. … the referee and supervisor (done) is the right thing, but it is not easy to do. “