Shapovalov upset by Fucsovics in 1st round of Australian Open
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MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) No. 13-seeded Denis Shapovalov is out of the Australian Open after losing in four sets to Marton Fucsovics. The 20-year-old Canadian lost 6-3, 7-6 (7), 6-1, 7-6 (3). Shapovalov berated the umpire and received a code violation during his ill-tempered match on Margaret Court Arena. The blowup came after the third set.

After throwing his racket, Shapovalov was given the code violation that triggered his outburst.

''I didn't break it. If I break it, 100% code me,'' Shapovalov yelled at umpire Renaud Lichtenstein. ''You're not doing your job. You're just finding reasons to code me.''

Fucsovics also beat the 13th seed last year at Melbourne Park, that time Sam Querrey in the second round.

''Usually this is not a lucky number, but for me, my favorite number,'' he said. ''I played some of my best tennis today. Everything was working well.''

Not long after Shapovalov's exit, rain caused the suspension of matches around the grounds.

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