We've already had some on-court fury today at the Rome Masters, when Dominic Thiem destroyed his racquet after hitting a shot too long against Fabio Fognini.
But something is clearly in the air in the Italian capital, as a top female competitor's aggression completely came out following the completion of her match.
The world number six had a number of run-ins with Mrozinska during the heated encounter and now faces a heavy fine from the WTA.
The sixth seed was tied at 5-5 in the deciding set with her Greek opponent when her smash was called out by a line judge.
The No. 6 seed from the Czech Republic was seen arguing with the umpire on several occasions during the match, which she lost 3-6, 6-3, 7-5 in the second round of the Italian Open, USA Today reported.
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Replays showed the ball landed inside the sideline but umpire Marta Mrozinska refused to accept Pliskova's pleadings to overturn the call.
It appears in this case the head umpire wasn't able to find Pliskova's mark, and the out call stood - giving Sakkari a break point.
As both players went to shake hands with the umpire in typical sportsmanlike fashion after the match, Pliskova first put her hand out before beating up the chair.
And her twin sister Kristyna, world No 71, took to Twitter to defend the Czech player in the immediate aftermath of the defeat.