Wimbledon 2014: Lleyton Hewitt given 'ridiculous' warning

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Watch Lleyton Hewitt argue with umpire over a swearing warning

Australia's Lleyton Hewitt argues with umpire Fergus Murphy after being given a code violation for "audible obscenity" during his second round match - even though he insists he did not swear.

The umpire then tells the 2002 Wimbledon champion not to "say anything that's close to another word" - a warning commentator Louise Pleming says is "ridiculous."

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