Australian Open crowd applauds player calling out umpire

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Jordan Thompson has earned himself a standing ovation at the Australian Open after the tennis player ripped into an umpire for a shocking decision.

The 23-year-old Australian was staring down victory deep into his first round tie with Argentinian Nicolas Kicker when the umpire called his forehand out.

Thompson immediately challenged the ruling, which was overturned, before the umpire ordered the point be replayed despite Kicker missing the shot.

'You guys never do your jobs, never!' Thompson shouted at the official.

Jordan Thompson has earned himself a standing ovation at the Australian Open after the tennis player ripped into an umpire for a shocking decision

Jordan Thompson has earned himself a standing ovation at the Australian Open after the tennis player ripped into an umpire for a shocking decision

Thompson immediately challenged the ruling, which was overturned, before the umpire ordered the point be replayed despite Kicker missing the shot

Thompson immediately challenged the ruling, which was overturned, before the umpire ordered the point be replayed despite Kicker missing the shot

Thompson, currently ranked no.99 in the world, had produced an incredible turnaround in the match to force a fifth set, after being crushed in the opening two.

The Australian recovered to roll through the third and fourth sets, before breaking Kicker in his first service game of the decider.

Up two games to love in the fifth and deep into a rally to remove the Argentine's advantage and force another deuce, Thompson whipped a back corner baseline

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