The American Alycia Parks and the Canadian Katherine Sebov They staged a brief fight after finishing their match in the tournament ITF W60 in Las Vegas.
Parks returned a ball that went outside, which caused the match to end. Sebov gave a huge shout.
The American threw her racket and both went to the net to shake hands, moments later they exchanged words, so the judge had to get out of his chair to try to calm the situation. Later, the fight came.
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Katherine Sebov beat Alycia Parks 6-0 and 7-6 (9), but in the greeting of the network there was a crossroads of words and they went to blows! – pic.twitter.com/HLDKnbHYZY
– Tennis respite (@Respiro_Tenis) November 8, 2019
According to the fight, it originated from an overly strong Canadian handshake.
The game was scored by the Canadian 6-0 and 7 (11) -6 (9) to advance to the quarterfinals.
Alicia Parks appears in the WTA ranking as the number 410 in singles, while Katherine Sebov as the 256.
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