Hawkeye felt the wrath of Caroline Wozniacki after her third round defeat by Shuai Zhang at Wimbledon.

The Dane was beaten 6-4 6-2 on Court Two in a match where she felt let down by the line-technology.

Wozniacki was aggrieved at two baseline calls made by Hawkeye in the second set, which ruled the ball in after being called out by the line judge, both handing Zhang the points after the Chinese challenged.

Sympathetic chair umpire Nacho Forcadell, who agreed that the ball looked out, felt the wrath of the former world number one saying.

"It's so ridiculous!" she said.

"This is supposed to be a Championships match, this is absurd. It's crazy."

Richmond and Twickenham Times:

Wozniacki failed to build on a good start, racing in to a 4-0 first set lead, as China's Zhang rattled off 12 of the next 14 games.

Post-match Wozniacki was calmer than her on-court outburst, saying that the technology was "not in the ideal place".

"I mean, at this point it doesn't matter. It is what it is. Maybe the Hawkeye was right. Maybe I just saw it wrong. I don't know.

"But you trust Hawkeye normally. You trust that it tells you the right thing. Sometimes you do see the balls a little differently than what the Hawkeye is.

"At least you know, OK, you can get it out of your mind. I do believe that it was not in the ideal place today."

Umpire Forcadell said that they would look at it for the next match, but that was of little use to Wozniacki.

She said: "He saw it differently and the linesmen saw it differently (to Hawkeye) as well. But then again, there's nothing you can do about it. It is what it is.

"That's what he said, for the next match. Well, I don't have a next match, so..."