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Show some respect to all opponents, ousted Pavic asks fans | Malay Mail

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Show some respect to all opponents, ousted Pavic asks fans | Malay Mail

MELBOURNE, Jan 22 ― World number one doubles player Mate Pavic called on crowds at the Australian Open to be more respectful after he and partner Nikola Mektic were knocked out in the second round by home duo Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis. The Australians prevailed in straight sets against...

channel for the latest updates.MELBOURNE, Jan 22 ― World number one doubles player Mate Pavic called on crowds at the Australian Open to be more respectful after he and partner Nikola Mektic were knocked out in the second round by home duo Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis.

The Australians prevailed in straight sets against the top ranked duo yesterday evening amid a raucous and at times heated atmosphere at Melbourne Park.Pavic's comments come after Daniil Medvedev criticised sections of the Australian Open crowd following his singles win over Kyrgios on Thursday.

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MELBOURNE, Jan 22 ― World number one doubles player Mate Pavic called on crowds at the Australian Open to be more respectful after he and partner Nikola Mektic were knocked out in the second round by home duo Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis. The Australians prevailed in straight sets against the top ranked duo yesterday evening amid a raucous and at times heated atmosphere at Melbourne Park. A close associate of Kanye West, Abloh was the first black American to be named creative director of a top French fashion house and brought streetwear such as hoodies and sneakers to the catwalk. Pavic's comments come after Daniil Medvedev criticised sections of the Australian Open crowd following his singles win over Kyrgios on Thursday. “They are pretty loud,” Pavic said of the home fans. Dior designer Kim Jones paid tribute to the man who replaced him at the helm of Louis Vuitton back in 2018. “Obviously they cheer for Aussies. Performances by the Rolling in the Deep singer had been seen as a bellwether for Las Vegas residencies, once reserved for stars at the end of careers but now a sought-after gig for top musicians.

It wouldn't hurt them to show some respect to all opponents, to other players. “(Virgil and I) travelled the world together. “We saw yesterday also with Medvedev how it was. That's how they are here. It’s such a waste to think what he would have done. We're used to that. “But like I said, it wouldn't hurt them to show some respect. You have to commend him, he was so brave in it. The Weeknd scrapped shows for early 2022 but planned new ones for the summer.

” Pavic and Mektic lost the first set 10-8 in a tiebreak before the Australians took the second set 6-3 to advance to the third round, to the delight of the boisterous crowd in the Kia Arena. “It all went very fast, very loud,” said Mektic. The collection was 95 per cent ready at the time of Abloh’s death, the brand’s CEO Michael Burke told industry magazine WWD. “We barely survived yesterday just to fight another day. It looks like, just the guys played really well. “It’s a choice that requires audacity — just as the choice of Virgil was audacious,” said Serge Carreira, a fashion specialist at Sciences Po university in Paris. They're a nasty team to beat here and that's it.” On Wednesday, British rocker John resumed his farewell tour that started in 2018 with a concert in New Orleans.

We just fell short. He used less elitist references and spoke to a very broad range of people,” added Carreira.” ― Reuters You May Also Like .