Tennis Player Loses It And The Ball Boy's Reaction Is Priceless

This ball/towel boy's dedication to delivering a towel is admirable.

French tennis player Benoît Paire has lost his cool in the first match of the Citi Open in Washington.

It was his poor rackets that bore the brunt of his epic meltdown.

His tanty came closer to the end of his match with Marcos Baghdatis, which he lost. He was also booed off court by the crowd because of his actions.

He was fined US$16,500  for his outburst but it is the ball/ towel boy who was the real MVP of the whole spectacle.

Benoît Paire of France smashes his tennis racket after losing to Marcos Baghdatis of Cyprus during the first round of the Citi Open tennis tournament, Tuesday, July 31, 2018, in Washington. Baghdatis 6-3, 3-6, 6-2. Photo: AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster

As Paire beat his racket repeatedly and sat on the floor of the court beating his racket then progressively made his way around the court, you guessed it, beating his racket, the ball boy did not leave his side.

The ball boy's face during the whole incident was one of terror, but dedication to getting Paire that towel.