Tennis fans beat Nine for fearful & # 39; new position as Nick Kyrgios crashes out of the Australian Open
Tennis fans throw Nine down for & # 39; terrible & # 39; new feature during Nick Kyrgios match that saw the controversial star from the Australian Open crash
- Kanaal Negen hit for new camera angles that were used at the Australian Open
- Network unveiled the technology during Nick Kyrgios' first round contest
- Viewers did not appreciate the off-center camera angles when Kyrgios crashed
Kylie Stevens for Daily Mail Australia
Tennis fans have found more mistakes with the Australian Open coverage of Channel Nine.
The grand slam of the grand slam was slammed into social media on the second night of the action in Melbourne when the network revealed new camera angles during the confrontation with Milos Raonic in the first round of Australian Nick Kyrgios.
Prior to the tournament, the network announced that in a first Australian 360-degree Matrix-like camera, every corner would be recorded on the track, resulting in a panoramic experience for viewers at home.
But non-esteemed viewers were more frustrated about the off-center camera angles than Kyrgios crashed out of the tournament in the first round for the first time in his career.
Australian Open viewers did not appreciate the off-center camera angles used by Channel Nine during Nick Kyrgois's first round loss of Australian Open on Tuesday-evening
& # 39; What's the matter with tennis? Straighten it immediately. Thanks in advance. You know if it is not solved, & # 39; tweeted a fan.
Another addition: & # 39; Can someone from the Kyrgios game move the TV camera? The off-center, out of the corner, makes me seasick. & # 39;
Other fans described the unknown camera use as bizarre and uncomfortable.
Many also complained that they could not see the end of Kyrgios & # 39; 6-4 7-6 (5) 6-4 loss against the 16th Canadian.
& # 39; With all your bragging about the number of cameras & # 39; s and beautiful camera angles, you could have shown us the end of the game, & # 39; tweeted one.
Fans were more than frustrated because viewers were frustrated about the new camera angles than Kyrgios crashed out of the tournament in the first round for the first time
It is expected that Kyrgios will sink to 70 in the world rankings after his loss at a straight set.
Raonic struck 30 aces and never faced an interruption in a dominant performance in the seventh confrontation of the pair against each other, which now leads the Canadian 4-3.
It was not long before viewers discovered errors with Channel Nine coverage when the two-week tournament began on Monday.
Social media went into the abyss Tuesday night when Channel Nine revealed new camera angles during the Australian Open
The network promised to reveal the first Australian technology prior to the tournament
From unknown commentators and ignorant presenters to the standard of comment and image quality, viewers found a lot to complain about during the first day of play.
The network closed a six-year deal last year with $ 350 million in broadcasting rights to end Channel Seven's reign.
Nick Kyrgios (pictured) is expected to drop in the world rankings to 70 after his 6-4 7-6 (5) 6-4 straight sets loss against the 16th seed Milos Raonic