Canada’s Denis Shapovalov receives a medical timeout as he plays against Italy’s Jannik Sinner during their men’s singles match on day one of the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne on February 8, 2021.
Denis Shapovalov claims he’s got the smallest bladder on tour and the Canadian was not impressed when an umpire at the Australian Open denied his request for a toilet break?
On February 8, 2021, on the first day of the Australian Open in Melbourne, Canadian man Denis Shapovalov (Denis Shapovalov) played against Italian Jannik Sinner (Jannik Sinner) in men’s singles He was medically suspended during the game (Photo credit: David Gray / AFP)
Claiming that he has the smallest bladder on the tour. When the Australian Open referee rejected the request to go to the toilet, the Canadian did not stay. Under a deep impression.
The world’s 11th player dropped the fourth set of five episodes against Italian teenager Jannik. The Sinner ended in the early hours of Tuesday morning and desperately needed to relax.
“If I go, what will happen?” The 21-year-old asked: “Can I be fined? I don’t care!” He barked at the German referee Nico Helwerth. He refused his request.
“What do you mean, I can’t participate? Do you want to disqualify me? I have to pee!”
When the referee was obviously not slack, he stepped up to play the flute.
“I want to pee on my pants!” he said. “I’m going to pee.”
On the first day of the Australian Open in Melbourne on February 8, 2021, Canadian man Dennis Shapovalov played against Italy in a men’s singles match. Yannick Sinner reacted during the game. Photo by David Gray/AFP)
After the first round of high pressure 3-6, 6-3, 6-2, 4-6, 6-4 in less than four hours , He explained that he needs to use the bathroom more than other players.
“First of all, I was just exuding steam, just cooling my head and getting rid of it,” he said. Stupid rules. Especially for me, my bladder is the smallest ever, so I have to urinate once per set. So it is difficult, especially when you have been on the court for such a long time.
“Before the game, I am trying my best to hydrate. Yes, I have to pee, man.”
Canadian Denis Shapovalov celebrated on February 8, 2021 in Melbourne In the first day of the Australian Open, where he defeated the Italian Jannik Sinner (David Gray/AFP photography), he took a restroom rest in the best three-set match and two games in a fivesome. Shapovalov added: “So I think even if we take a break…I think we deserve it.” Sabovalov will next play the Australian Bernard Tomic.