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US Open 2011 Doubles final. We do not want cheaters in tennis!

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Uploaded on Sep 14, 2011

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J. Melzer/P. Petzschner vs M. Fyrstenberg/M. Matkowski during US Open 2011 final.

At 1-0, 2:2, 30:30 for Melzer/Petzschner and Matkowski serving, Philipp Petzschner was hit by the ball. It bounced off his leg and back over the net for a winner. The point should be won by Poles, but the umpire didn't see the details.

Petzschner was hit strongly. He perfectly knew that the point was won by Poles. But he cheated - in the final match of one of the most prestigious tennis tournaments in the world.

The point gave a breakpoint for Melzer/Petzschner, which was crucial for the second set and for the match.

It's a HUGE shame for you and your partner, Mr. Petzschner.

Tennis was invented as a game of gentelmen. There is no place for cheaters like you here.

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