Yep, only Jerzy.
In his first-round match against Andrey Kuznetsov in Stuttgart on Tuesday, Jerzy Janowicz was given a point penalty for an audible obscenity.
But according to the world No. 155, it wasn’t a curse word. Rather, he was reading the sign at the back of the court and said, “hamburger.”
There was a lengthy discussion with the tournament supervisor and Janowicz returned to the court, but not without a few more choice words of the junk-food persuasion.
You might have to side with Janowicz on this one: It’s not like he’s particularly shy when it comes to letting loose when he’s frustrated or feels like he’s been treated unjustly.
Janowicz would go on to win the match over Kuznetsov, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3.