Tennis player smashes multiple rackets during epic tirade while losing match

By Scott Thompson, Edited by News Gate Team

Channel | Tennis TV

The unfortunate targets of Alexander Bublik’s irate outburst during a match in the Open Sud de France on Thursday were his rackets.

Bublik, who was placed sixth in the competition, faced off against unranked Grégoire Barrère of France and was clearly the favourite. But the outcome wasn’t what you might have anticipated.

Additionally, there was some racket to court violence.

Bublik smashed his racket on the court five times after he was jeered by spectators after committing three double faults in the tiebreak that decided the match.

However, every tennis player brings multiple rackets to the court, so even if one player throws a fit occasionally, there will still be replacements available. Bublik’s passion, nevertheless, didn’t end after one racket.

As soon as he arrived at his bench, he scooped up a second racket and smacked it, drawing a loud boo from the audience.

The treatment would be given to that as well, stated broadcaster Mikey Pereira.

Alexander Bublik of Kazakhstan looks on in his match against Hubert Hurkacz of Poland during day four of the 2023 United Cup at Pat Rafter Arena on January 01, 2023 in Brisbane, Australia. (Chris Hyde/Getty Images)/ Fox News

Bublik, a Kazakh native, hurled it aside and destroyed another, whipping his arm with all his power downward.

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Pereira remarked, “This is now getting out of hand.

After finishing smashing the rackets, Bublik picked up his fourth and moved to the opposite side of the court. At that point, Barrère led 6-0 and he wasn’t going to let that advantage slip. His most recent double fault set the score 6-0.

By Scott Thompson, Edited by News Gate Team

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