By Sam Haysom
LONDON — When it comes to match point at Wimbledon, tensions can sometimes run a little high.
Never was this more evident than in Thursday’s second round contest between Viktor Troicki and Albert Ramos-Vinolas, which ended in pretty dramatic fashion after Troicki decided he didn’t like one of the umpire’s key decisions.
The match was in a pretty crucial stage when Troicki lost that point — he was 5 – 3 down in the fifth set, and the umpire’s call meant that his opponent had a match point against him (which he ended up winning). …