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A tennis star was openly booed recently when he hit a tennis ball into the crown towards a crying baby who had distracted him from his tennis game.

Spanish player David Ferrer was losing his match and the baby was crying so he threw up the ball, swiped it with his racket and aimed at the innocent baby.  He was clearly in a raging temper.

It was not a good shot - thankfully.  The baby was not hit, nor his father who was trying to comfort him.  However, the resulting mood-change of the spectators was tangible.  The crowd booed and showed their displeasure for the rest of the match.

It was a quarter final in Miami against American Mardy Fish.  Ferrer went on to loose the match.  He blamed a stomach complaint for the outburst.



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