. In Case You’ve Missed It Fan thrown out of U.S. Open after German star says they used ‘famous Hitler phrase’ « JO LEE MAGAZINE

NBC NEWS – Zverev, the No. 12 men’s seed, was serving to No. 6 seed Jannik Sinner when he suddenly approached the umpire and pointed out a fan behind him. “He just said the most famous Hitler phrase there is in this world,” Zverev could be heard saying in the video, aired by ESPN. “It’s not acceptable.” Umpire James Keothavong turns back in his chair and asks the fan to identify himself. “Put your hand up,” Keothavong says before repeatedly asking, “Who said that?” Security officials approached a fan, whom they escorted out of the venue during a break in the fourth set of the marathon match.

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