Show some respect to all opponents, ousted Pavic asks fans

Show some respect to all opponents, ousted Pavic asks fans

22/1/2022 4:38:00 AM

Show some respect to all opponents, ousted Pavic asks fans

MELBOURNE : 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

MELBOURNE : 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 on Friday 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."They are pretty loud," Pavic said of the home fans."Obviously they cheer for Aussies. It wouldn't hurt them to show some respect to all opponents, to other players.

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