Each tennis player has their own way of dealing with poor play. Some yell at critical announcers perched above the action and some fire tennis balls in the direction of a crying and then blame his poor play on indigestion.
Spanish pro David Ferrer prefers the latter.
A baby was bawling in the stands, and Spanish tennis player David Ferrer wasn’t happy about it at all.
Trailing in his quarter-final match at the ATP and WTA Masters event in Miami, and annoyed by the crying, Ferrer directed a forehand lob toward the infant after losing his serve midway through the second set.
The ball didn’t come close to the youngster, but the crying stopped.
Ferrer blamed his defeat not on the baby, but on a case of indigestion. He lost to American Mardy Fish, 7-5 6-2.