Ukrainian tennis player Sergiy Stakhovsky stopped play at the French Open on Monday to use his iPhone to snap a photo of a disputed line call.
The bizarre interruption happened during 101st-ranked Stakhovsky's first-round loss to Richard Gasquet of France. The call in question happened in the first set and when Stakhovsky's argument with the chair umpire failed, he put down his racket and took on the role of amateur sports photographer.
Stakhovsky grabbed his iPhone and leaned down close to the red clay to capture a close-up shot of a mark near the line
The tennis pro later tweeted the image he took with his smartphone. Read more...