Bublik cursed during a match against Murray at a tournament in Stuttgart
MOSCOW, June 9 – Kazakh tennis player Alexander Bublik used foul language during the second round match against Briton Andy Murray at a tournament in Stuttgart, Germany.
The meeting ended with Murray’s victory with a score of 6:3, 7:6 (7:4). In the first set, with the score 5:3 in favor of the British, Bublik, having lost several points, began to use profanity. In particular, he insulted the grass court builders by calling them “dogs”, and Murray, who, in his opinion, was not mistaken. In the second game, Bublik led with a score of 5:2. After the missed opportunity to win the set, the Kazakhstani said that parents should not send their children to tennis, also using obscene language.
The prize fund of the tournament of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) in Stuttgart exceeds 690 thousand euros. The bagel was seeded number seven.
Bubble is 24 years old. Previously, he played for Russia, and since 2016 he began to represent Kazakhstan. He has one ATP singles title to his credit. Bublik is ranked 42nd in the ranking of the best tennis players in the world. Previously, he could not contain his emotions several times in tournaments and called tennis “a sport for narrow-minded people.”