French Open - 'Look what it's done to him!' - Furious Novak Djokovic kicks board after match point slip
The final evening session of the tournament had spectators for the first time with 5,000 fans able to watch the French Open quarter-final between Novak Djokovic and Matteo Berrettini at Roland Garros. There were very strange scenes as the players were forced to leave the court while the fans very slowly and reluctantly left after the 11pm CET curfew and Djokovic won with very strong emotions.
'Look what it's done to him!' - Furious Djokovic kicks board after match point slip
Eurosport commentator Chris Bradnam commented, referring to the curfew chaos and delays and then Djokovic's emotions: "Have you ever seen a reaction like this? Look what it's done to the world number one."
'I'm in shock!' - Djokovic and Berrettini leave court as fans stay despite curfew
But after Berrettini won a third set tie-break to take the match into a fourth set, fans did not heed the instructions to leave the stadium to be in accordance with the curfew in place as a condition of their attendance.
As such, the players then left the court to attempt to ensure that the fans would promptly exit Court Philippe Chatrier. The stands were eventually cleared and play was able to resume.
When play did get back underway, a very emotional Djokovic - who kicked an advertising hoarding in frustration and let out several roars - closed out the win.
'Wow!' - Watch Djokovic's wild reaction to reaching semis after curfew chaos