When defeated, Laura Siegemund says US Open audience has no respect for me.

An emotional On Monday night, Laura Siegemund, who fell to Coco Gauff in three sets in the first round of the U.S. Open.

claimed she felt mistreated by the Arthur Ashe Stadium crowd and may not return.

The German qualifier overcame the 19-year-old Gauff in the first set before dropping the next two to collapse 6-3, 2-6, 4-6, although Siegemund was more upset.

"I won here two times [in doubles and mixed doubles], I leave everything on the court every minute, and this is how they treat me?" 

 Through tears, Siegemund questioned rhetorically in her post-match interview. A match like that? Full stadium. Coco, who just won two tournaments.

And I perform like that? Just why I play tennis. Being treated that way. 

“I would only return because of the Slam. But definitely not to entertain the crowd.

Like this, they don't deserve a program. Laura Siegemund reacts after her August. 28 US Open loss. 

Siegemund's speed annoyed the spectators and Gauff, overshadowing the match.

It was crucial to the nearly three-hour match. Fans saw Siegemund wipe perspiration from her face and racquet when she looked to be taking her time.


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