Looks like Bernard Tomic, Australia's equivalent of Andy Murray, has some crazy parent issues:
The 16-year-old, considered the best player of his age in the world, forfeited a second-round match in a senior pro-circuit tournament on Thursday after his father John complained the umpire was refusing to call foot-faults against his opponent Marinko Matosevic.
"There were 15 umpires sitting there just eating and drinking, so they should have put more umpires on the court, but they didn't," Tomic said.
"How can Bernard play when he does not have protection from the umpires? Bernard is the best prospect in the world and for Australia. He could play Davis Cup. But they (the umpires) don't want to do honest things by him on the court."
The bizarre default means Tomic, who has caused Tennis Australia officials disciplinary concerns at least twice in the past two years, faces potential sanctions from the International Tennis Federation, which is investigating the incident.