The aggressive woman was kicked out of the arena by the security team.
A woman interrupted the match between Rafael Nadal and Michael Mmoh, which took place this Thursday at the Australian Open, in her attempt to attract the attention of the Spanish athlete with insults and obscene gestures.
While Nadal was in action, the spectator repeatedly yelled at him and stuck out his middle finger, until she was reprimanded by the referee.
However, the tennis player was not offended. On the contrary, the incident caused him laughter. Finally, the woman was escorted out of the arena, while the audience booed and applauded.
In a post-match interview, Nadal spoke about what happened: “Maybe she had too much gin or tequila. I don’t know. Frankly, it was a strange situation, but, yeah, fun at the same time.”
“Someone was fingering me […] I do not know the reason. I was surprised, yes, but then I thought: ‘poor girl’. I was drunk or something like that, “explained the Spanish athlete, quoted by Eurosport.
It was later reported that the intruder resorted to insults as she was offended by the long duration of Nadal’s preparations for another set.
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