Katherine Sebov (white shorts) and American Alycia Parks (pink shorts) got into it after their fina
Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports
Canadian player Katherine Sebov (white shorts) and American Alycia Parks (pink shorts) got into it after their final point at the ITF W60 tournament in Las Vegas on Thursday...
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Sebov won the match in straight sets, but things got physical after Parks claims Sebov squeezed her hand too hard at the net following the match ... and made it clear she didn't like it one bit.

Parks -- who was already heated and had thrown her racket after the final point -- went after Sebov following the shake and that's when all hell broke loose ... with the 2 players shoving each other!!!

The line judge had to interfere ... and Parks' dad jumped a fence (hilarious BTW) to get on the court to help break it up.

Things finally cooled down ... and Parks addressed it with reporters after the match, saying, "She squeezed my hand very hard."

Another pro, Sachia Vickery, also backed Parks' claim, saying, "I was there she def squeezed her hand at the net. I hope they don’t try to spin this."


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My hothead daughter got whooped on the court by some white girl- what do I do?? Pull out the race card! That's It!
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Four fitter brah
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"You see what we go through!" You not going through to the next round bitch.
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“She squeezed hard” definitely gets my blood boiling.
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Your child acts like a spoiled brat and throws her racket and throws her hand at the chick and then you top it off by rushing the court and claiming racism? OK. Things like this are why people hate Americans.
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"Americans"
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Why does a parent feel the need to interject themselves between a one on one altercation. Let them sort it out, it has nothing to do with you. Sit your arse on the bench and let your kids grow up.
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You see what we go through!!!!!! Lmao fricking sky screamers
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Dad is the personification of what's wrong with this world.
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Is the dad Gravy?
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And another thought I am curious what exactly her dad/coach, whoever it was, meant when he repeatedly yelled, "see what we go through?" Cause last I checked the sport has been dominated over the past decade and some by two black women, so he could not be possibly making it about race... could he?
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The girl who lost got sassy walking up to shake the victors' hand (and that was after she threw her racquet). The winner wasn't having any of it... I don't blame her. She dominated her on the tennis court and reasserted her dominance in the handshake... as alpha's usually do.
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You can tell the winner acted shitty by the way the judge jumps down and tries to chill the black chick.
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Your IQ is so fricking low across all boards
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TT9
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Uneducated horse hair voters. Pure white trash.
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A firm handshake is a sign of respect. I absolutely can not stand a limp noodle handshake.
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fo fidder?
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Fo-fidduh is dat new tree-fiddy
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Sore loser very Serena like....
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She lost and threw her racquet. Then when her hand was “squeezed hard” her dad wanted the winner to be dq’d. Great lessons to be learned in that video.
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Lol is this for real? Squeezed her hand too hard? Wtf?
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Dad falling over the fence was the funniest part.
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Classy is as classy does, also gotta love the guy in the red shirt. Tennis "cultcha" !
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“Canadian”?
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exactly! ghetto dad. classless thug. you not in Ferguson or Baltimore baby daddy.
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Idiocracy is spreading the race to make everyone trash is reaching new levels. There will be no repercussions because "reasons".
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