Meanwhile, Herbert told reporters during the post-match interview that he was convinced the umpire 's intervention had an impact on the result and said the umpire "should stay in his chair".
Kyrgios battled back from a set and break down to beat France's Pierre-Hugues Herbert 4-6 7-6 6-3 6-0 and reach a last 32 showdown with Roger Federer, but the defining moment came at the crucial juncture when he trailed 3-0 in the second set. Kyrgios' opponent though was unamused of the whole situation when he later reviewed the footage in which the umpire Lahyani had apparently siad, "I want to help you".
Sixth seed Caroline Garcia, who looked in good form in beating Briton Johanna Konta in the first round, is up against Olympic champion Monica Puig on Grandstand, followed by men's seventh seed Marin Cilic, the 2014 champion, who meets Poland's Hubert Hurkacz. 'This does not look good for the integrity of the sport. "I know this is not you". "I really like him as a human".
"It didn't help me at all". The fourth seeds defeated Albert Ramos-Vinolas of Spain and Argentina's Guido Pella 6-2 6-3 to continue their great form.
Kyrgios though played down the incident and denied Lahyani was "coaching" him during the drama-filled second set.
While the contest turned in Kyrgios's favour after the chat the 30th seed said the talk had nothing to do with the outcome.
A defiant Kyrgios, who has been fined for tanking games in the past, denied that the umpire's remarks were out of line or made any difference to his mindset. When Federer finally slipped a victor by the Frenchman, Paire stared blankly ahead with an "I can't believe this" look of despair. "He was just concerned with how I was playing". "I was a little bit surprised", he said. "Selfishly I hope they go easy on him". I can see that ...
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"I just lost it mentally", Djokovic said about his issues in the third set. "Like, what are you talking about?"
"He can tell him from the chair".
"I think it's always tricky against Benoit, because I think one another, there's a lot of tactics going on. I changed plans and said, 'Let's go early to America and prepare over here in the conditions that I'm actually going to see during the Open'".
The report also stated that television microphones were unable to pick up the entire exchange, but Lahyani was heard saying: "I want to help you, I know this is not you".
He will face Roger Federer in the third round.
Djokovic insisted that Lahyani has a very distinct style of officiating and was only acting in Kyrgios' best interests. Obviously it's understandable. A chair umpire should be neutral. You don't go and speak like that in my opinion. Go back up to the chair.' He was there for too long. It was a conversation and conversations change mindsets. It was the on-a-full-sprint, drop-shot-retrieving, flick-from-a-few-inches-off-the-ground, forehand-around-the-net-post, jaw-dropping victor that Federer conjured up a few games from the conclusion of the 6-4, 6-1, 7-5 tour de force in the third round Saturday.