It was a tense moment, according to David Ferrer. That’s why he shoved the line judge. “It was nothing,” the No. 3-ranked Ferrer said. The incident occurred during Ferrer’s quarterfinal loss to Thomas Berdych at the Australian Open on Tuesday. The Spaniard was two sets down and had just broken Berdych in the third set to take a 4-2 lead. Ferrer wiped his face with a towel and wanted to toss it in a courtside chair, but a line judge was in the way. So he pushed him, causing the man to stumble a few steps to the side. A reaction from the crowd prompted Ferrer to shrug his shoulders as he walked to the service line. – Associated Press
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