Kyrgios listens to umpire Lahyani's advice and secures win over Herbert

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The chat from Lahyani appeared to be effective, as Kyrgios recovered from perilous position to record a 4-6 7-6 (8/6) 6-3 6-0 victory to set up a third round clash against Roger Federer on Saturday.

"I'm not sure it was encouragement".

"But, as I said, I'm used to it because I've played there many times".

"He doesn't make that many mistakes, I think he's a really good umpire, but today, I think he went over what he should have done", Herbert told reporters. He added: "Nick, I know this is not you".

Herbert said the conversation between his opponent and the umpire didn't really affect him as he was trying to focus on himself during the match. It was not just about, 'How are you feeling?' 'Oh, I'm not feeling so well.' Go back up to the chair. "I had the plan to go to Dubai first, where it's extremely hot".

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"The umpire should have given Nick Kyrgios a warning for unsportsmanlike behaviour because he's not trying and it's bad for the sport but in no chance can the chair umpire go down and have a sort of psychology session with one of the players".

Federer joined a chorus of past and present tennis icons in condemning Layhani's actions that coincided with a swing in Kyrgios' topsy-turvy four-set win over Frenchman Pierre-Hugues Herbert. "I was a little bit surprised", he said.

Federer, who won the pair's other two matches on final-set tie-breaks, told ESPN that Kyrgios, who does not have a coach, needs more consistency to realise his potential.

It was also claimed that the umpire left his chair as the noise of the crowd stopped him from communicating with the Australian.

After what some have called a "pep talk", Kyrgios went on to win the second and third sets.

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And there is a odd hypocrisy in the broader flagellation of Kyrgios, one led by the ravenous Australian media corps but echoed globally.

Federer confirmed a Sunday (AEST) showstopper with Kyrgios at Arthur Ashe Stadium with a 7-5 6-4 6-4 win over another Frenchman, Benoit Paire. Mohamed, whether he came down from the chair or not, he tried to encourage him to play better, to remind him that he has a responsibility towards the fans. "I don't think he's a coach, he's an umpire".

"It's a conversation, and a conversation can change your mindset". From I what heard, knowing Mohamed, I think he has done it in a friendly way.

"He now has a better understanding of what our protocols are and was informed that he needs to stick to those protocols for the rest of the tournament", Widmaier said. You as an umpire take a decision on the chair, do you like it or don't you like it? Cirstea then served to force a third set, and was two points away from doing so at 30-15, but Sharapova broke there to start her match-ending run. This is incredible because [for the first time] in 40 years I'm actually going to defend an umpire.

Germany's Zverev had suffered second-round defeats in his past two US Open appearances but the world number four avoided another early exit by downing Nicolas Mahut 6-4 6-4 6-2.

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