Boston Fans Boo Miami Heat Fan Alexander Zverev After he Throws His Racquet at Laver Cup 2021

Published 09/26/2021, 1:55 PM EDT

USA Today via Reuters

It’s time for the Laver Cup 2021 and fans are currently witnessing some top class tennis at the tournament. It is the third day of the tennis event and they saw an intriguing scene during the doubles match between Team Europe’s Alexander Zverev and Andrey Rublev and Team World’s Reilly Opelka and Denis Shapovalov.

There was incident during the second set of the match when Alexander Zverev got frustrated after losing a point. He got angry to such an extent that the German threw away his tennis racquet in disappointment.


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Fans of the TD Garden in Boston started booing Zverev when he angrily threw his racquet. They didn’t like his gesture and were moreover, frustrated since their home boy, Opelka was losing the match.

One more possible reason for the crowd’s unfriendly behaviour towards Zverev is that he is a huge fan of American Football team, Miami Heats. As a result, Boston fans seemed pretty much hostile towards him.

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Alexander Zverev and Team Europe are very close to winning the Laver Cup 2021


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After the end of the second day’s play, Team Europe has already secured 11 points. Thus, they are just two points away from defending their title.

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In the four matches of the third day’s play, even if Team Europe manages to win just one match, they will get their hands on the Laver Cup 2021. On the other hand, in order to survive and win the title now, John McEnroe’s Team World needs to win all the four matches today.


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As of now, Team Europe is really close to winning yet another edition of the Laver Cup. Will Team World show some brilliant gameplay and turn the tables around?


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