‘The guy’s drunk out of his mind… he’s NOT here to watch tennis’: Novak Djokovic LOSES it with loudmouth tennis fan as Serbian demands umpire kick spectator out at the Australian Open
- Novak Djokovic lost his cool with a tennis fan at the Australian Open on Thursday
- The Serbian was rattled by constant heckling from a spectator in Melbourne
- He said ‘the guy’s drunk out of his mind’ and said he was ‘provoking me’
- Security were seen speaking to a fan in the crowd at the Rod Laver Arena
Novak Djokovic called for a loudmouth tennis fan to be kicked out at the Australian Open having been on the receiving end of constant heckles at Rod Laver Arena.
Djokovic, 35, took matters into his own hands during his second round match and told the umpire that the spectator in question was trying to ‘get inside my head’ throughout his tie.
‘The guy’s drunk out of his mind, from the first point he’s been provoking me,’ he said. ‘He’s not here to watch tennis. He just wants to get in my head.
Novak Djokovic lost his cool with a rowdy tennis fan at the Australian Open on Thursday
He demanded the umpire kick the fan out having been heckled all game in Melbourne
Security official talks to four fans wearing Where’s Wally attire at the Rod Laver Arena
‘What are you going to do about it? Why don’t you get security to get him out of the stadium?’
A security official was then seen speaking to a group of fans dressed as Where’s Wally in a bid to calm things down.
Despite the drunkards’ best efforts, they were unable to prevent Djokovic from advancing to the third round, with the Serb defeating Enzo Couacaud 6-1, 6-7, 6-2, 6-0.
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