Tennis legend and infamous bad sport John McEnroe has put Alexander Zverev on blast, after his racket-smashing meltdown Down Under during his Australian Open loss.
Former World No. 1 McEnroe, whose scathing on-court outbursts spawned his “you cannot be serious” catchphrase said Zverev’s on-court immaturity would be perfect for a sports psychologist to pick apart.
Here’s the meltdown:
Zverev sure let out some steam during the change over. Will it help?pic.twitter.com/qNIfbNVh7J
— The Field (@thefield_in) January 21, 2019
“Just generally speaking the body language, he’s got the racket sort of drooping towards the ground. He’s not sticking his chest out at all. He gives himself a sarcastic thumbs up there. A sports psychologist would do a lot with this little clip of Zverev as far as things not to do in this environment,” McEnroe added during the telecast.
Darren Cahill: “This could be the worst set of tennis I’ve seen from Zverev.”
John McEnroe: “I don’t know which is worse, his tennis or his attitude.” #AusOpen
— Kevin Wicks (@wicksipedia) January 21, 2019
Bruh. ??? . “I thought that was a medical helicopter coming in for Zverev.” – John McEnroe.
— Co-equal Branches (@achungerford) January 21, 2019
That’s the pot calling the kettle black.
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