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He swore harshly at the judge: a Russian tennis player was disqualified at a tournament in Dubai (video)

 He harshly swore at the judge: a Russian tennis player was disqualified at a tournament in Dubai (video)

Andrei Rublev from a terrorist state once again noted his shameful behavior on the court.

Russian tennis player Andrey Rublev, who is the fifth racket in the world, was disqualified from the ATP 500 tournament in Dubai (UAE).

The scandalous incident occurred during the semi-final match of the 26-year-old Russian, who, due to the Russian Federation’s war of aggression against Ukraine, was allowed to compete only in a neutral status, with Kazakhstan’s Alexander Bublik.

At the end of the third set, Rublev attacked with abuse at the line judge who did not record an out after one of the opponent’s hits. In Russian, he began to insult the referee, including calling him a “moron.”

Another linesman, who was nearby, immediately reported the Russian’s behavior to the chief referee and match supervisor.

As a result, the organizers decided to stop the match and disqualify the tennis player from the terrorist state. At that time, the representative of Kazakhstan won with a score of 6:7, 7:6, 6:5.

Due to his disqualification, Rublev not only missed the opportunity to compete for reaching the final, but was also deprived of all his earnings in tournament time for points and prize money. Because of this, he will drop to sixth position in the ATP rankings.

Add , that this is not the first time that Rublev demonstrates his inability to control his emotions on the court. Last November, he disgraced himself at the ATP Finals in Turin when he loudly responded with the phrase “Go to hell” to a fan who was trying to cheer him up.

And in May 2023, Rublev During a match with German Yannick Hanfmann at a tournament in Rome, he swore obscenely and tried to make a face in front of the judge in the hope of avoiding punishment for his trick.

Recall that at the Australian Open 2023 Rublevcomplained about fans with the flag of Ukraine. An athlete from the aggressor country accused them of allegedly saying offensive words to him.

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