Aww, poor baby.  Jerzy Janowicz threw a major temper tantrum during his whittle tennis match.  He needs a timeout so he can think about what he’s done.

Jerzy Janowicz lost his mind during an Australian Open match against Somdev Devvarman on Wednesday.  (Note to self: never name my children Somdev)  Janowicz thought that Devvarman hit a ball long during a first set tiebreaker.  Janowicz had set point at 9-8.  The ball was called good by the chair umpire.  That was Janowicz’s cue to act like a crazy person.

I’m used to witnessing temper tantrums.  I do the “Crosstalk” with Bruce Jacobs every day at 3:00pm ET during “Game On” (weekdays 3-7pm on 104.5 The Team).  Bruce is no stranger to getting on his soapbox while getting angry and animated at times.  I know temper tantrums when I see them.  I’m well-versed in this subject.

This display by Janowicz was embarrassing.  It wasn’t entertaining in a John McEnroe kinda way.  It was embarrassing in a dude, get-a-grip kinda way.  Janowicz acted like a crazy lunatic while he melted down.  Janowicz lost the first-set tiebreaker 12-10, but won the match in five sets.  Congratulations, dude.  Now, go sign up for anger management.

Brian Noe is the Brand Manager at 104.5 The Team, ESPN Radio in Albany, NY.  Brian also hosts “The Noe Show” weekdays from 1-3 pm ET on WTMM.