Former world number one, Novak Djokovic denied he has temper issues after sending a tennis ball into the crowd following his win over Dominic Thiem at the ATP World Tour Finals in London.
The world No 2 was only hit with a warning after his projectile went in the direction of coaches Boris Becker and Marian Vadja.
The ball flew past Becker and Vajda and only narrowly missed a spectator.
At this year’s French Open, he threw his racket and almost hit a line judge during his quarterfinal win over Tomas Berdych.
Djokovic went on to beat Thiem 6-7 (10-12) 6-0 6-2, but when questioned about the incident in his post-match press conference, he replied: “I keep doing these things? Why don’t [I] get suspended, then?
“I’m close? I’m still not suspended, so if I’m not close, I’m not close. It could have been [serious], yes. It could have snowed in O2 arena, as well, but it didn’t.
“I’m the only player that shows his frustration on the court? That’s what you are saying? It is not an issue for me. It’s not the first time I did it.”