IRATE Italian Sara Errani accused Kiki Bertens of faking injury after an explosive French Open clash.
After a punishing 7-6 3-6 9-7 second-round win, the sobbing Dutchwoman was escorted off court in a wheelchair, wincing in agony.
Bertens, who saved a match point, suffered with severe cramp and had 45 minutes of treatment with a physio post-match.
But Errani, a former Roland Garros runner-up, stormed off Court 14 without any form of congratulation when the three-hour match was over.
Errani, 33, blasted: “I don’t like it when somebody is joking on you.
“She played an amazing match, but I don’t like the situation.
“One hour she’s injured, then she runs like never. I don’t like that.
“She goes out of the court on the chair, and now she’s in the locker perfect, in the restaurant. I don’t like these things. I’m sorry.
“I congratulated her for the match. Then after the people say to me that I’m unfair person.
“It’s funny for me these things. I don’t think she had a good attitude on court. I didn’t like that.”
Qualifier Errani, who has previously served a doping ban, openly mocked Bertens and even hit a dinked underarm serve into the net by mistake.
No5 seed Bertens, 28, said: “She can say whatever she feels like.
“Maybe I should take some more acting classes or should pursue a career in that?
“I didn’t feel really good on court. All the time the cramps were coming and going again.
“I started a total body cramp. It was my left leg, right foot, both hands. A lot of places.
“I kept on fighting and I still don’t know how I managed to win.”
No10 seed Victoria Azarenka, the US Open runner-up, was thrashed 6-2 6-2 by Slovakian Anna Karolina Schmiedlova, who had treatment for a fall.
Schmiedlova, 26, has now won two matches in a row after arriving in Paris on the back of a 12-match Grand Slam losing streak.