Take a chill pill guys! Outbursts aplenty at Wimbledon
The pressure's on at Wimbledon - and tempers are fraying.
Defending champion Novak Djokovic is the latest star to give in to stress in the fourth round after he aggressively yelled at a ball girl for a towel.
After dispatching Kevin Anderson 6-7, 6-7, 6-1, 6-4, 7-5, the Serb vowed to apologise to the girl, saying: "I'm sorry. There was nothing towards her. Maybe she was just afraid of my screaming there.
"Sometimes it's just good to scream and let it all out, because that's the way I work. I was pretty close to her. I'm definitely going to try to apologise to her if I did something wrong."
Djokovic wasn't the only star whose behaviour has fallen under the Wimbledon spotlight. Australian bad boy Nick Kyrgios has been involved in several odd incidents.
The Canberra native has been embroiled in arguments with umpires and was booed during his fourth-round defeat by Richard Gasquet for allegedly throwing the game.
His bizarre behaviour saw him get caught up in a racism row with legendary Aussie swimmer Dawn Fraser.
The 77-year-old tore into the half-Greek, half-Malaysian player with a racist slur, saying: "I am so shocked to think that he went out there to play and he tanked... it's terrible.
"Should be setting an example for the younger generation of this great country of ours.
"If they don't like it, go back to where their fathers or parents came from. We don't need them in this country if they act like that."
Kyrgios took to Facebook to post his return volley:
Earlier in the second round, Frenchman Benoit Paire received a warning after he kicked a chair during his defeat by Spain's Roberto Bautista Agut.
Perhaps these hot heads could all do with listening to advice from former American tennis player Jeff Tarango, who holds the distinction of being the only player to have ever defaulted a match in Wimbledon's long and proud history.