Fan removed From Tennis’ US Open Match Over the use of ‘Hitler Phrase’

During a fourth-round match at the U.S. Open, organizers took action by expelling a spectator from Arthur Ashe Stadium in response to a complaint by German 12th seed Alexander Zverev. Zverev alleged that the individual in question had uttered “the most renowned phrase associated with Hitler.”

Ejection of a Fan at the U.S. Open

The incident, which occurred early on a Tuesday, resulted in the removal of the fan from the stadium premises. This development reflects the U.S. Open’s commitment to maintaining a respectful and inclusive atmosphere for both players and spectators, where inappropriate remarks and behavior are swiftly addressed and dealt with.

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