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Australian Open up: Novak Djokovic requires ‘drunk’ admirers are thrown out and Andy Murray also faces abuse

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Novak Djokovic today demanded that ‘drunk’ tennis admirers who have been shouting jibes at him although putting on Where’s Wally costumes be kicked out of the Australian Open up stadium.

The intercontinental competitors has descended into a farce, with British tennis participant Andy Murray also going through heckling from rowdy tennis fans for the duration of his match against Australian tennis participant Thanasi Kokkinakis today.

Australian tennis followers roared each time Murray lost a level in an endeavor to distract the Briton throughout the match.  

But Murray was left unfazed, and won an amazing rally in which he defended 4 smashes, with the British player taunting the group by increasing increasing his hand to his ears as he shouted ‘What?’ – when Kokkinakis smashed his racquet to the ground in anger.

Tempers also flared during Djokovic’s match against French participant Enzo Couacaud, with the Serbian player shouting at the umpire to take away enthusiasts from the stadium.

Tempers flared throughout Djokovic’s match versus French player Enzo Couacaud, with the Serbian player shouting at the umpire to remove admirers from the stadium

Tennis star Novak Djokovic today demanded that 'drunk' tennis fans who were shouting jibes at him while wearing Where's Wally costumes be kicked out of the Australian Open stadium

Tennis star Novak Djokovic right now demanded that ‘drunk’ tennis followers who were being shouting jibes at him though putting on Where’s Wally costumes be kicked out of the Australian Open stadium 

Andy Murray of Great Britain reacts in their round two singles match against Thanasi Kokkinakis of Australia on Thursday

Andy Murray of Excellent Britain reacts in their spherical two singles match against Thanasi Kokkinakis of Australia on Thursday 

Spectators in the crowd show their support during the round two singles match between Thanasi Kokkinakis of Australia and Andy Murray

Spectators in the crowd display their assist through the round two singles match involving Thanasi Kokkinakis of Australia and Andy Murray

Djokovic urged chair umpire Fergus Murphy to have a spectator eliminated from Rod Laver Arena, telling the official: ‘The guy’s drunk out of his brain. He is been provoking. He just wants to get in my head. 

‘What are you likely to do about it? Why never you get security to get him out of the stadium?’

A security official was then viewed talking to a group of enthusiasts dressed as Where’s Wally in a bid to calm factors down. The group of fans finally left the arena. 

Inspite of the drunkards’ greatest efforts, they have been unable to avoid Djokovic from advancing to the third spherical, with the Serb defeating Enzo Couacaud 6-1, 6-7 (5), 6-2, 6-. 

Speaking about the rowdy crowd, Djokovic explained soon after the match: ‘What I have a challenge with is when somebody’s crossing the line, quite a few situations … and declaring points that ended up not respectful at all.’

Djokovic, who claimed the heckling experienced been going on for additional than an hour and a 50 percent, additional: ‘I had sufficient, you know?’

Meanwhile, Murray confronted a torrent of abuse from Australian admirers for the duration of his match in opposition to Kokkinakis. Followers took to Twitter to say that the crowd was ‘out of control’.

Security official talks to four fans wearing Where's Wally costumes at the Rod Laver Arena

Safety official talks to 4 followers sporting Where’s Wally costumes at the Rod Laver Arena

An Australian fan gestures during the second round match between Andy Murray of Great Britain and Thanasi Kokkinakis at the Australian Open today

An Australian lover gestures through the 2nd spherical match among Andy Murray of Excellent Britain and Thanasi Kokkinakis at the Australian Open now

‘The group in the Kokkinakis/Murray match, requirements to shut the f*** up! Some crowd emotion is superior, but they are out of manage at the instant and are impacting the match,’ one admirer tweeted.

It will come just after a team of British enthusiasts were being kicked out of a stadium for chanting ‘You’re just a s*** Andy Murray‘ at Cameron Norrie in the course of his victorious match from a French participant at the Australian Open yesterday.

The British amount a person faced a mixture of aid and abuse from rowdy fans in the course of his match in opposition to the unseeded Frenchman Consistent Lestienne, which he gained three sets to a person on Wednesday. 

Just after Norries took a 4-3 direct over Lestienne in the very first set, 3 British admirers could be heard loudly cheering on the British tennis player for the duration of his second-round match.

But the trio, beer cans in hand, began abusing Norrie when he lost points and shouted that he was 'just a s*** Andy Murray' and were kicked out of the stadium by security guards

But the trio, beer cans in hand, began abusing Norrie when he shed factors and shouted that he was ‘just a s*** Andy Murray’ and were kicked out of the stadium by stability guards

The British number one (pictured during his match on January 18) faced a mixture of support and abuse from rowdy fans during his match against the unseeded Frenchman Constant Lestienne, which he won three sets to one

The British amount one (pictured for the duration of his match on January 18) confronted a mixture of assist and abuse from rowdy enthusiasts all through his match in opposition to the unseeded Frenchman Regular Lestienne, which he gained 3 sets to a single

But the trio, beer cans in hand, started abusing Norrie when he missing factors and shouted that he was ‘just a s*** Andy Murray’ and were being kicked out of the stadium by protection guards. 

The rowdy enthusiasts also obtained to Lestienne following they kept chanting ‘England’ and ‘Constant’s likely home’. 

Norrie took it in very good spirits, stating: ‘In the initially established there was a whole lot of English supporters. And they experienced the soccer chants going, which was great enjoyable, and then clearly they got kicked out.

‘I could even now listen to them in the second established. But it was a excellent environment. It is terrific certainly on just one of the exterior courts for them to remain around and guidance, specially taking part in so late and cold and everything, so it definitely spurred me on and got me by way of it, in particular in that 3rd established.’ 

Lestienne failed to take it so perfectly. He was supplied a time violation penalty by the match umpire and refused to perform at one position, primary some of the enthusiasts to heckle the French player.

Constant Lestienne of France talks to the chair umpire in their round two singles match against Cameron Norrie in Australia on January 18

Continuous Lestienne of France talks to the chair umpire in their spherical two singles match from Cameron Norrie in Australia on January 18 

‘This is all a little bit awkward with spectators heckling Lestienne after he refused to engage in, BBC commentator David Legislation reported for the duration of the match. 

‘Lestienne’s irritation is there for all to see, he is jabbering absent at the umpire, and I will not believe he wants to be out there.

‘Somebody in the crowd has just shouted “Occur on mate, we’ve waited all working day for this”. The locals are not joyful. Lestienne is fuming and his poor temper is about to get even worse.’

Norrie last but not least wrapped up the match with a 6-3 3-6 7-6 (2) 6-3 victory over Lestienne at 1.28am on Wednesday early morning.

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