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Coco Gauff reduced to tears after a heated exchange with the umpire during the French Open

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Coco Gauff found herself in a distressing situation. A tense exchange with chair umpire Aurélie Tourte during her semifinal match against world No.

1 Iga Świątek left her in tears. The match, held on a crucial Thursday, June 6, in Paris, France, ended in disappointment for Gauff, who struggled to contain her frustration after a controversial umpiring decision.Gauff, 20, appeared visibly upset after Tourte overruled a call that initially appeared to benefit Świątek, 23.

The incident occurred when the line judge initially called out Świątek’s serve. However, Tourte overruled the call, asserting that the serve was in, which led to a heated dispute.Gauff contended that the overrule came after she reacted to the initial outcall, which disrupted her subsequent return. “Are you serious?

They are booing you because you are wrong,” Gauff protested, addressing Tourte and referencing the crowd’s vocal disapproval of the umpire’s decision.Women’s Champions League Final: All you should knowLaurie Hernandez heads back to the Olympics as NBC correspondentAngel Reese defends Chennedy Carter’s flagrant-1 violation against Caitlyn ClarkDuring the exchange, Gauff emphasized her right to complete her swing, arguing, “I have the right to finish my swing.

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