During his fourth round match in Indian Wells against Alexander Zverev, Rafael Nadal received, for the first time in his career, a warning for audible obscenity. Rafa was not happy with the fact that his opponent asked a couple of times to remove the spidercam that bothered him during his service games.
Rafa went to Cedrid Mourier and ended up receiving the warning. The Spaniard, who seemed to be unhappy with the warning then said to the umpire, 'It's the first time in my career I've been warned for audible obscenity,' Then, interviewed by journalists, he declared: 'I am sorry, I beg forgiveness.
I do not launch rackets nor have I never done anything like all this and so I feel bad about it. It will not happen anymore.' Story by Punto de Break ALSO READ: ATP INDIAN WELLS - Zverev doesn´t convert a match point against Nadal! Wawrinka and Berdych are out