Found January 16, 2013 on Holdout Sports:
Polish tennis pro Jerzy Janowicz had a meltdown during a first set tiebreaker in Wednesday's second round Australian Open match against India's Somdev Devvarman. As Janowicz was leading the tiebreaker 9-8, Devvarman seemed to hit a forehand return wide, which would have won the set for Janowicz. Instead, the judge called the ball in, evening the score at 9-9. No Hawkeye review was available. Needless to say, Janowicz did not like the call. After letting out a few screams, Janowicz pleaded his case to the judge, but to no avail. Janowicz went on to lose the first set tiebreaker 12-10 and also lost the second set 6-3 to Devvarman. However, Janowicz turned things around and came all the way back to win three straight sets 6-1, 6-0 and 7-5 to close out the match and advance to the third round. H/T LBS. Visit us at and follow us on Twitter @HoldoutSports.
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