This fight wouldn't happen at Wimbledon or the French Open (maybe the Australian Open because Aussies are crazy). Of course it happens at the U.S. Open. In what city, other than New York, would a young man argue with a lady.
I'm assuming two things:
1. Due to his seasoned hand gestures, the young man argues quite often.
2. The old man, who stood up for his daughter (I think it's his daughter), immediately regretted his decision.
What I can't figure out is, why are they fighting in the first place? What can possibly be so polarizing in the upper bowl of a tennis match?
The U.S. Open gets 3.5 out of 4 stars for "Places Not to Start a Fight." Right now you're probably saying, "Sean, how can Costa Rica and the U.S. Open get the same rating?"
They received the same rating because in Costa Rica, you know not to start a fight, as opposed to the U.S. Open, where you didn't even know you could start a fight.