Nick Kyrgios was stunned during his game against Ugo Humbert at the Australian Open after claiming the network technology was flawed after numerous pings

Kyrgios was frustrated in the first sentence when he claimed the network technology was flawed after numerous serves were referred to as let

“Reset the machine because the ball is so high (hand movement with arms wide apart) away from the net,” he told referee Marijana Veljovic

But a turning point came in the third sentence when technology pinged three serves in a line from Kyrgios for a rental

Fans on social media also wondered if the technology wasn’t working properly and why Channel Nine isn’t showing retries

“Switch off machine” Kyrgios has some problems with the let detector, but seals the 2nd Set 6-4 with a wild crowd This is exactly what we missed so much !! #AusOpen BildTwittercom / WOtoGZCfWm

It’s worth noting that #Kyrgios isn’t the only one having a problem with the technology in the #AusOpen Chair umpire Marijana Veljovic also just looks on condescendingly, as if acknowledging that there is a problem with the approval cord, and not addressing it is quite frustrating https: // tco / NbAaMv1bKF

Respect this referee for keeping her cool in the face of Kirgios being kyrgios lol (she also checked that the let sensor was working properly at the end of the set, that was good too)

“Turn it off,” says Nick Kyrgios of the machine that automatically calls let cables after several lets from serves where the ball didn’t seem to have touched the net Interesting debate about human referees versus automation # OffOpen

Kyrgios serves an ace called Let Complains the machine is broken Serves the ace back in the same place Called again Complain again Humbert returns and Kyrgios volleys while on the baseline that flies over the line

Does Kyrgios have a point on the let calls? That seems like something the commenters could investigate #AusOpen

A loud crowd was ready to kill Kyrgios against Jan. To put in seed Humbert when Kyrgios served to stay at 6-5 in the first movement

But Kyrgios made a few hasty decisions and opted for a couple of drop shots that were unsuccessful

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Kyrgios, ugo humbert

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