The man stormed the stadium to protest against private jets.

The man stormed the stadium to protest against private jets.

After his lackluster performance in the Davis Cup, Diego Schwartzman continues his poor performance: he fell in his singles match of the Rod Laver Cup 6-2 and 6-1 against Stefanos Tsitsipas, in 1 hour and 16 minutes of play. In the first turn, the Norwegian Casper Ruud had beaten the American Jack Sock 6-4, 5-7 and 10-7. Then, the Greek's triumph put Europe ahead of the International team 2-0, at the start of the Rod Laver Cup, which takes place at the O2 Arena in London.

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But beyond the situation of the As a result, the tournament experienced a shocking incident this Friday, which could have been much more serious, when a climate change activist burned his arm sitting on the pitch at the O2 Arena, during a break in the game played by Tsitsipas and 'Peque'.

A moment of anguish that came to affect the court.

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Distressing protest

The man stormed the stadium to protest against private jets.

The young man was protesting against private planes used in Great Britain, wearing a t-shirt bearing the inscription End UK private jets.

After setting yourself on fire with some type of fuel,the flames spread over a small part of the pitch, leaving a mark.[ /embed]

“He came from I don't know where… I have no idea what he wanted. I've never experienced an incident like this in the track. I hope he's fine,” said Tsitsipas after the duel.

This match marked the end of the afternoon session at London's O2 Arena.

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*With information from AFP and La Nación, from Argentina. From the Newspaper Group of America (GDA).