Recently, the joy of the Portuguese on the field became popular in other sports and was called “Siu”. This can also be seen during this year’s edition Australian OpenAs fans often celebrate in this way in the stands. At the same time, they uttered a word that sounded like “Siu”, which made some media or players themselves think that it was buzzing and thus did not work well to focus during the match.

Not everyone likes it, but one tennis player also decided to enjoy it in this way. representing Australia Nick KyrgiosAfter winning his first-round match with Briton Liam Brody, he made such a gesture that cheered the crowds assembled in the stands.

A different opinion about this behavior of the fans is Andy Murray, the five-time finalist in the Australian Championship. “It was incredibly annoying,” he said after his first-round victory over Georgia’s Nikoloz Basilashvili.

CNN remember it Cristiano Ronaldo The celebration of his goals began in such a special way as a Real Madrid player.

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