Gallery: Best snaps from a fury-filled day eight at the Australian Open
The heat seemed to be finally getting to people at the Australian Open on day eight, with more than one player erupting in fury.
Elina Svitolina danced after beating Madison Keys.
And then celebrated with appreciative fans.
The first big blow-out of the day came from Alexander Zverev, who took his defeat out on his racket.
Serena Williams was given a real test by Simona Halep, and she knew it.
The evening session proved no less volatile, with Kei Nishikori at the heart of it.
Nishikori won the match, but Pablo Carreno Busta’s rage at the umpire stole the show.
But after five hours of tennis, you can forgive tempers getting frayed.
Daniil Medvedev, meanwhile, was tired and hurting…
But when Novak Djokovic looks like this, it usually means someone somewhere is feeling it!
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