Vandeweghe received a second code violation for slamming her racket to the ground and appearing to swear at Babos later in the match.Babos said that Vandeweghe always loses her temper during their matchups.She then had a conversation with chair umpire Fergus Murphy about why she wasn't ready to play. But I don't have to make myself uncomfortable because it's ill prepared." Vandeweghe also called the umpire "rude." She refused to return to play until the bananas were delivered, continuing the exchange with Murphy.When they came, she asked the umpire if she could take a bite."She always does that [loses her temper]," Babos said, according to the BBC."A couple of racquets are broken every match, this time it was I believe a time violation, but I'm not sure." "The second one I believe was an insult against me.As we can see at his Linked In profile, Michael is now employed at the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy, on top of being a director of the Padel Connection agency (we can see Alize on the header pic of his agency’s Twitter profile).
Does Michael remind you of Novak Djokovic, or even more of Nole’s brother Marko?Over a quarter of a million spectators file through the gates annually to see competitions that are reported in over 780 periodicals worldwide, garnering over 12,000 minutes of TV and radio airtime.The quality of play on the Tennis Europe Junior Tour is such that a myriad of former world No.1s, including Graf, Seles, Sanchez-Vicario, Mauresmo, Becker, Edberg, Lendl, Safin, Moya and Wilander all displayed their talents to an international audience for the first time on the European circuit, proving that the tour really does provide an opportunity to see the stars of tomorrow today.Team events provide some of the highlights of the Junior Tour, with the Tennis Europe Winter Cups by HEAD and the Summer Cups providing youngsters with an early opportunity to compete for their countries, whilst the European Junior Championships title is arguably the most treasured prize of all.All three flagship events have an illustrious history, dating back to the founding of Tennis Europe in the mid-1970's.