In his final qualifying round defeat in Amersfoort against David Marrero, Labadze behaved much better. But it was still hilarious
He was complaining all the time how Marrero did not need strings in his racquet, cause he was hitting everything on the frame. And if he didn't hit balls on the frame, they were on the line. "Frame, frame, line"
Himself, he did need strings, but he could not figure out which ones. He had four racquets near his bench and kept interchanging them since early on in the match
On set point in the second set, Labadze had a lucky net cord and then thanked God in Russian
Then he made too many UEs in the final set, laughed at Marrero's serves which were frequently close to the lines (which, to Labadze, is a sign of luck rather than skill) and when he was 5-0 down just hit low-pace serves and four unforced errors to be alloed to leave the court as quickly as possible.
Oh, and somewhere in between he told people to shut up. Of course, it was at a bad time for him. The crowd was actually quite quiet