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Chaos erupts as Taylor Fritz-Andy Murray tennis match ‘ruined’ by wild protest

Chaos erupts as Taylor Fritz-Andy Murray tennis match ‘ruined’ by wild protest

A bizarre protest has rocked the Mubadala Citi Open in Washington, DC on Friday as climate activists threw oversized tennis balls onto the court during the match between Taylor Fritz and Andy Murray.

The round of 16 match was stopped for five-and-a-half minutes as protestors revealed banners and started chanting, while the crowd reacted angrily, with boos echoing across the court.

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The crowd was left stunned, as were Fritz and Murray, when one of the protestors made his way from the back of the stadium and threw three oversized tennis balls with flames painted on them onto the court.

According to reports, the protestors chanted “Stop funding fossil fuels, Citi stop now!” as a banner that said “Business as usual is a climate disaster” was unfurled.

Eventually, the ball kids removed the oversized tennis balls off the court as the protestors were removed by police and the match continued.

Taylor Fritz watches on as the oversized tennis balls land on the court. Credit: Twitter

Fritz, who won the match 6-7 6-3 6-4 and progressed to a quarter-final against Australian Jordan Thompson, said he was “annoyed” by the protestors and the interruption.

“I get they’re protesting, but there’s just got to be a better way to do it,” Fritz said following his victory.

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“I don’t understand how people are going to get behind a cause when you’re ruining everyone else’s good time.

“Like, it doesn’t really make sense to me.

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“It’s annoying, obviously, when they do it. It’s ruining everyone’s time. Everyone wants to watch the tennis.

“So I jokingly said, ‘Honestly, this makes me want to go fly on jets more’.

“I think, you know, they’re supporting a good cause, but the way they’re doing it, who’s going to want to listen when they’re just annoying everybody?”

In the quarter-final, Thompson lost to the No.1 seed Fritz, who won 6-3 6-3 to advance to the semi-finals.

It was a remarkable effort from the American given just hours earlier he had finished his match against Murray.

The match was delayed as a protestor threw oversized tennis balls onto the court. Credit: Twitter

The semi-finals proved a step too far for Thompson, who himself had to play an earlier match, beating No.11 seed Chris Eubanks 6-2 6-2.

The Sydneysider was broken three times by Fritz, who held serve throughout despite offering two break-point opportunities.

With hot temperatures and 60 per cent humidity, Fritz was required to receive a minimum of 90 minutes’ rest, as required by ATP Tour rules, before taking on Thompson.

“I can’t say I’ve experienced this — playing three hours with the heaviest balls in the world in humid conditions and having to turn around and play again,” Fritz said after his match against Thompson.

– With AAP

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