Wimbledon junior Paul Inchauspe has ball smashed into private parts during Boy’s Doubles final loss

New balls, please! Eye-watering moment Wimbledon junior Paul Inchauspe has a ball smashed below the belt by his opponent as the Frenchman suffers a double blow losing the Boys’ Doubles final in straight sets

  •  Paul Inchauspe and Gabriel Debru lost the Boys’ Doubles final at Wimbledon
  • They were beaten by Sebastian Gorzny and Alex Michelsen in straight sets
  • In the opening set Gorzny’s shot hit Inchauspe in the nether regions with the ball

Wimbledon junior Paul Inchauspe’s defeat in the Boys’ Doubles final was made even more painful after he had a ball fired at his private parts by his opponent. 

Inchauspe and partner Gabriel Debru lost the final in straight sets to American pair Sebastian Gorzny and Alex Michelsen on Court 12 on Saturday. 

The 18-year-old Frenchman suffered a double blow as not only did the French pair lose the match but he also was on the receiving end of a particularly nasty shot from Gorzny.

Paul Inchauspe had a ball fired at his private parts by his opponent during Boys' Doubles final

Paul Inchauspe had a ball fired at his private parts by his opponent during Boys’ Doubles final

In the third game of the opening set, the ball was set up nicely for Gorzny to smash close to the net and the American did not hold back and he whacked the ball towards Inchauspe.  

His forehand flew over the net and hit Inchauspe right in the private parts, unsurprisingly knocking him off his stride. 

Inchauspe doubled over but managed to remain on his feet before turning away from the net and jogging the pain off slightly as he shook his head. 

The ball was set up nicely for his opponent Sebastian Gorzny (top right) to smash near the net

The ball was set up nicely for his opponent Sebastian Gorzny (top right) to smash near the net

The American did not hesitate to whack a close-range forehand over the net at Inchauspe

The American did not hesitate to whack a close-range forehand over the net at Inchauspe

Gorzny immediately held his hand up in apology as the Frenchman doubled over in pain

Gorzny immediately held his hand up in apology as the Frenchman doubled over in pain

Gorzny immediately held his hand up in apology after seeing Inchauspe in pain but subduedly celebrated the point with Michelsen.

The American youngsters went on to down Inchauspe and Debru 7-6, 6-3 to make the French player suffer further.

The match took place on the penultimate day of the tournament as Elena Rybakina beat Ons Jabeur to the Women’s Singles title before bad boy Nick Kyrgios faces defending champions Novak Djokovic in the men’s final on Sunday. 

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