A tennis player Daniel Medvedev has lost his semi-final against Andrey Rublev after colliding with a camera on the court.
“Take it away, I almost broke my hand,” Daniil Medvedev complained.
Daniil Medvedev is said to be one of the Cincinnati Open favourites and if not for the collision with a camera, he would have won the game.
He told the manager to take the camera away as it nearly broke his hand.
While the manager tried to calm him down, Daniil had already pushed the camera once more with his foot.
The manager told him that the camera cannot be removed until he receives orders from a higher authority.
Daniil Medvedev lost the semi-final to Rudev after his collision with a camera and this didn’t go down well.
Seeing the favourite to win the game lose at that incident though didn’t go down well with his fans.
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Daniil Medvedev requested the camera be taken away as it almost broke his hand.
The collision happened as Daniil charged to return the ball to Rudev but was instructed by the standby camera.
After shaking the cameraman, a few seconds later, he was seen pushing the camera away with his leg as he claimed the camera almost broke his hand.
The manager of the camera company prevented him from causing more harm to the camera as he told Daniil that the higher authority will do something about it.
Below is the video from Sky Sports