Daniil Medvedev was enjoying properly under his greatest and screamed at his coach, who had seen sufficient and walked out on the World No. 1.
World No. 1 Daniil Medvedev screamed at his coach throughout an on-court outburst earlier than occurring to lose his second straight ATP grass-court ultimate when he was brushed apart by Poland’s Hubert Hurkacz in Halle.
Medvedev had few solutions as he crashed to a 6-1 6-4 defeat inside 64 minutes.
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This was a second consecutive heavy defeat in a ultimate for the Russian who additionally misplaced in straight units to Tim van Rijthoven final weekend at ‘s-Hertogenbosch in the Netherlands.
At the start of the second set on Sunday, Medvedev shouted angrily at his French coach Gilles Cervara, who promptly left his seat in the stands and stormed out of the stadium.
Tennis commentator Jose Morgado tweeted: “Gilles Cervara had enough of Medvedev’s efficiency in Halle.”
After the match, Medvedev apologised to the group for “not making this match longer and more interesting” and admitted he was “not easy to be with on the court” this week.
Hurkacz earned the fifth title of his profession, however his first on grass having additionally reached the semi-finals of Wimbledon final 12 months.
“Daniil is the best player in the world so it’s very tricky to play him,” Hurkacz mentioned.
“All the right shots went my way at the beginning, so I definitely gained a lot of momentum from that.”
On his approach to the ultimate in Halle, the 25-year-old noticed off Australian firebrand Nick Kyrgios in three units earlier than outclassing Medvedev.
A protester briefly held up play on Sunday by sprinting onto the courtroom earlier than being escorted out of the stadium by safety guards.