Benoit Bayer made a point after spitting on the field during the Round of 16 loss to Francisco Serondolo at the Argentine Open; The Frenchman lost his last serve match to lose in three sets. Bayer responded by posting a screenshot of his career earnings after the match.Last Update: 05/03/21 7:15 am Benoit Bayer is known for sparking controversy both on and off the field. Frenchman Benoit Bayer crashed from the Argentine Open after losing his last game. He was knocked out a point for spitting on the field in a 4-6 6-3 6-1 defeat by Francisco Serondolo. World number 29 Bayer, the number three in the tournament, lost his nerve after a written call when he fell 2-0 in the second set after Serondolo was sentenced to midfield with a header. A court ruling on a sign in the mud next to the line but failed to convince the official to cancel the call. Bayer then spat on the sign and shouted obscene words, warning of the first breach of the code of conduct. Later in the group, he was knocked off point for a second breach after he spat out again and argued with the chair referee. Trailing 5-1 in the third set, Bayer allegedly made two double fouls in order to lose the round. -16 matches, he made good use of his last serve while the ball kid was still on the field getting back his previous serve. After the match, he posted a screenshot of his $ 8.5 million (£ 6.1 million) career win and wrote: “It’s the ending deserves to suck.” Paire had a number of mindless during his career, including being kicked out of the 2016 Rio Olympics by the delegation French to spend a lot of time away from the Athletes’ Village. After being eliminated from the first round of the Australian Open earlier this year, Bayer launched speeches to the organizers, accusing them of the “shameful” treatment of players while in quarantine ahead of the Grand Slam tournament. In Argentina last week, it went up to the quarter-final match against sixth-seed Pablo Andogar. .