Barty, it's over!
© Provided by Sports.co.uk Tennis - WTA: Barty announces his retirement at 25 years old A ultimate sacred home and then goes! Victorious of the Australian Open for the first time last January at the expense of Danielle Collins, Ashleigh Barty decided that these emotions would be his last on a tennis court.
Written by Riley Morgan. This article originally appeared on Yahoo Sports Australia. © Provided by Yahoo Sports Canada France teenager Michael Kouame (pictured left) slapped Raphael Nii Ankrah (pictured right) after losing his junior tennis match. (Image: Twitter)
A bizarre brawl has erupted at a junior tennis tournament in Ghana after the losing opponent slapped his rival when the pair went to shake hands.
Raphael Nii Ankrah defeated 15-year-old Michael Kouame from France 6-2, 6-7, 7-6 in the first round of the ITF junior tournament in Ghana.
Things took a quick turn following the match when the defeated Kouame shook Ankrah's hand at the net.
That'll do: Barty signs off on tennis at 25, ranked No. 1
BRISBANE, Australia (AP) — Ash Barty signaled the end of the photo opportunities at her retirement news conference in her typically low-fuss, matter-of-fact style: “Righto, that’ll do.” A day after revealing in a video posted on social media that she was quitting the women's tennis tour after spending the last two years atop the rankings, and winning two of the last three Grand Slam singles titles, the 25-year-old Barty held a news conference Thursday in downtown Brisbane.
As the pair shook hands, Kouame delivered a slap to the unsuspecting Ankrah.
The move clearly caught Ankrah and the fans by surprise as everyone reacted with shock as viewers yelled out.
However, footage shows a short time after the slap a bizarre brawl broke out between the two camps.
There has been no report to why Kouame slapped his opponent.
People were seen running off court only moments after the incident.
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