Tennis pro Alex Bogomolov Jr. was so disappointed with a call during a match last week that he abruptly quit.
Bogomolov didn't return a ball during a rally in the third set against Bradley Klahn in the Nielsen Pro Tennis Championship in Winnetka, Ill., thinking that it was out. According to Tennisnow.com, Bogomolov let the ball go by him because a spectator had called it out.
When the chair umpire called it in despite Bogomolov's protest, the 30-year-old Russian calmly shook the official's hand, started packing his gear and retired from the match.
Before he walked off, Bogolomov appeared to have some profane words for the umpire.
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