Photo via the AP

Who knew tennis matches could be so riddled with crime! While it hasn't gotten all Match Point over in Queens (yet), there has been some unsavory behavior at the U.S. Open, and it's only the first week. First up, this guy was caught trying to scalp 339 tickets on Tuesday—but then the real action happened last night, when we saw the first upper deck brawl—it was all caught on video, of course:

According to the NY Post, the fight happened during the Novak Djokovic (Serbia) and Philipp Petzschner (Germany) match, around 9 p.m., when a female fan asked a man in his 20s to refrain from using the F word so much. Words were exchanged, there was allegedly a slap match between the two, and then an older gent stepped in and ended up falling down the stairs.

The U.S. Open may want to beef up their security! Needless to say, the match stopped due to the distraction, and a U.S. Tennis Association spokesman addressed the issue, saying: “It’s a hot night in New York. Things happen." Maybe we'll get to see a Richie Tenenbaum at Windswept Fields-type breakdown sometime before the Open closes on the 12th.