Nick Kyrgyz was outraged by the behavior of the fans during the Wimbledon final, and the OCC has no longer heard any excuses.
Kirgius took the first set with Novak Djokovic, before the next three and finally the game.
But when things got heated between Kyrgyz and the presiding judge, Renud Lichtenstein, on the third, a woman became the center of attention.
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In an interview with Liechtenstein, Kyrgyz said, ”
Asked about the post-match interaction, Kyrgyz described his experience with the “completely broken” audience.
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“I’m not saying she paid for the game. But I’m playing the Wimbledon final with the best players of all time, I don’t need anyone.
“I want everyone to have a good time, but speaking between the first and the second helps me, you know. I’ve been through two nights in my life, and I know she has a lot.
“She told the judge, ‘She’s talking too much, and she’s drunk. What are you going to do about it?’ I said.
“And I didn’t know she was drunk.
“She continued … [and] That’s when you need to give her water or take it out.
The reporter followed: “This may sound exciting. But since then, she says she has had two drinks, and she’s really rooted for you from the beginning. What are you doing here? ”
This was a question that puzzled Kirgos.
“Well, in the middle of the point, it’s not good to start talking to Nick Kirgius, who will play Wimbledon in the final. Why are you trying to do it? What? “
Kyrgyz was confused when the Wimbledon Media Authority quickly moved the press release.