For Serbian tennis player Victor Troicki, this year's Wimbledon tournament unfolded like this: game, set ... meltdown.
During a second-round match at the London tournament, No. 25 seed Troicki lashed out in a nearly minute-long tirade against the match's chair umpire.
Troicki thought a serve by his opponent, Spain's Albert Ramos-Vinolas, was out of bounds. Although the line umpire agreed with Troicki, the chair umpire overruled the call. That's when Troicki, who was already down 5-3 in the fifth set, lost it.
"You are the worst umpire ever in the world," Troicki yelled at an umpire, grabbing the ball and pointing toward the umpire. "What are you doing? Did you see the ball? You're so bad."
The call ultimately went in favor of Troicki's opponent, who went on to win the match with the next point. In addition to the loss, Troicki may face a fine for his outburst.
"He should be the one who is fined, he cost me," Troicki said after the match. "I'm not saying he cost me the match but he cost me an important point."
Troicki also called for tennis' electronic replay system, called Hawk-Eye, to be installed on every Wimbledon court. Right now, the technology is only available on two of the tournament's courts.
"Only a few courts have Hawk-Eye and I think if we are playing serious tennis with such a bad chair umpire, I think at least we should have Hawk-Eye," he said. "It was just frustrating not having that today."