Insults through social media happen always more often and the last player involved was John Millman. After not converting two match points against Grigor Dimitrov, the Australian player explained: 'The guys sending me messages on Instagram think I could have done more - I got called some pretty nasty names for losing that point.
I saw the video of the first match point on my phone as I scrolled through all the abuse, from all those great punters who then troll your account. He nearly cleaned both lines with two volleys and did what a No.3 player in the world does.
Great point - too good.’ Millman clearly has some regrets, but he still sees the positive side: 'I can be proud of giving everything. That’s tennis. It would have been one of the highlights of my career to win here - I’d have loved it to win in front of my home crowd who stuck it out after midnight to watch me play.’ ALSO READ: Roger Federer: '12 months ago I was No. 17, things were a little on edge'