Tennis player Coretin Moutet kicked out of game for bad behavior
The athlete's removal was the result of a fight with Adrian Adreev during the Challenger tournament in Orleans, France
Due to an argument between Corentin Moutet and Adrian Andreev during the Challenger tournament in Orleans, France on September 28, the French Tennis Federation (FFT) decided to expel the French player while he was still on the court and did not regret the situation.
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“After the match-point, it was Andreev who pushed first. Corentin told me he was cursed twice during the match. There was a fight on the net. The chair umpire separated them. They wanted to see each other after the game, but they couldn’t get close,” said Laurent Raymond, Moutet’s coach, during the end of the match that led to the expulsion.
The news that was published by the French newspaper L’Equipe, stated that Corentin Mouter will not take advantage of the structures made available by the French Tennis Federation (FFT) and also will not be called to participate in any financial support project or sports material.
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