FANS loved Morgan Riddle’s reaction in the stands as her boyfriend Taylor Fritz was relentlessly booed by the Roland Garros crowd last night.
American Fritz, 25, took on last Frenchman standing Arthur Rinderknech on Court Suzanne Lenglen.
Taylor Fritz shushed the hostile French crowd
Morgan Riddle watched on from the Court Suzanne Lenglen stands
Fritz and Morgan have been dating since 2020
The world No8 recovered from a set down to defeat Rinderknech 2-6, 6-4, 6-3, 6-4 and book his place in round three.
In typical fashion, the Roland Garros crowd made it a hostile atmosphere for Fritz, passionately getting behind their home player.
After sealing his progression, Fritz put his finger to his lips and shushed all four corners of Lenglen.
The jeers and whistles did not cease, even as former Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli tried to interview Fritz on court.
Bartoli could not even get through her question for all the booing of Fritz, who kept playing up to his role as villain.
Amid the madness, TV cameras showed Fritz’s girlfriend Morgan appearing to love the scene in the crowd.
The influencer could definitely see the funny side of her man getting booed, and even got her camera out to record the scenes.
Seeing Morgan in the crowd, one fan wrote: “This is true love.”
The couple both appeared in Netflix show Break Point
While a second added: “Fritz is winning at life.”
A third tweeted: “She’s ICONIC.”
US tennis legend John McEnroe, who was not shy when it came to confronting hostile crowds, “loved” Fritz’s response.
He said while appearing on Eurosport: “I can relate to fans being against me, so respect for Taylor. I love that.
“[A hostile crowd] can be extremely intimidating, but it also can be very inspiring. You can use that negative fuel to your advantage.”
Morgan, who featured alongside Fritz in Netflix show Break Point, travels around the world with her man.
She charmed fans at Wimbledon last summer, as she cheered her man all the way to the quarter-finals, before he fell to Rafael Nadal on Centre Court.
Fritz is set to take on Argentine Francisco Cerundolo third on Lenglen tomorrow afternoon, and can expect another hostile reception from the Parisian faithful.
World No8 Fritz relished taking on the Paris crowd
Morgan travels around the world with Fritz