A shoving match broke out on the courtroom following an Worldwide Tennis Federation match between Canadian participant Katherine Sebov and American Alycia Parks on Thursday.

Sebov gained the match, which occurred in Las Vegas, 6-0, 7-6 (9).

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However issues obtained bodily between the 2 gamers after Parks claimed that Sebov squeezed her hand too tight in the course of the post-match handshake. As Sebov began to stroll away, Parks is seen persevering with to observe her down the sideline.

The chair umpire tried to cease issues from escalating additional however the two opponents began to push one another. The umpire and the road choose finally obtained issues underneath management.

A person, recognized as Parks’ father, jumped the fence to get onto the courtroom to maintain issues calm.

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In response to TMZ Sports activities, Parks instructed reporters that Sebov “squeezed my hand very arduous.”

Sachia Vickery, one other participant within the match, backed up Parks’ declare.

“I used to be there she def squeezed her hand on the internet. I hope they don’t attempt to spin this,” Vickery mentioned in a tweet. “The ref clearly says he noticed it. Received’t be shocked if nothing is completed about it tho.”

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The ITF was investigating the incident.