VIDEO: Donald Young warned for "Son of a biscuit!"​ ​outburst​

by: Jonathan Scott | April 16, 2014

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It's not getting any easier out there for Donald Young. ​​In his first-round contest at this week's Sarasota Open, a Challenger event in Florida, he barked out "Son of a biscuit!" during his match with Alexander Zverev and, well, see below.

Chair umpire Keith Crossland was swift to warn the American about his (honestly mild) language, and Young, as is his wont, took umbrage at that, upping the ante by using such a foul word as "crap" (gasp!) in his reply.

Young, ranked No. 81 on the ATP World Tour at present, won the match 6-4, 7-5 against the No. 228-ranked Zverev—and became a mini-sensation online in the process. That's so Donald.

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