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Jerzy Janowicz melts down at Australian Open

Scott Barbour

The No. 24 men's seed at the Australian Open did not take kindly to a key call that went against him.

Men's No. 24 seed Jerzy Janowicz had a call go against him during a tiebreaker in the first set against Somdev Devvarman in a second-round match at the Australian Open, and he wasn't happy.

He reacted with, shall we say, a voice of displeasure, screaming, dropping to his knees and eventually repeatedly asking the umpire, "How many times do you not see this ball? Tell me, how many times?"

It might not match John McEnroe's "You cannot be serious!" rant (few ever will) but fans at both events gave due credit for the effort.

The Pole lost the tiebreaker, 12-10, but went on to win the match anyway, advancing 6-7, 3-6, 6-1, 6-0, 7-5.

(via AustralianOpenTV and USA Today)

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