This may seem to everyone to be a made up story, I guarantee it is not. I met up for a singles match in my league with a player I wasn't familiar with. We met, seemed nice, warmed up, etc. Once the match starts the person turns into a complete psycho. Everytime a ball he hits hits the tape he runs up and smashes his racket on it and cusses like you wouldn't believe. Everytime he hit a winner he would scream at me and everytime an unforced error there would be a melt down with cussing and throwing balls. I actually ended up winning the first set 6-0 he put his towel over his head and might have been crying. This break went on for over 5 minutes. My first question is, how would you all deal with that? At this point I'm pretty distracted and think the guy is nuts and ended up going down 4-0 in the second and losing the second 6-4, complete with the yelling, swearing and long breaks. Again at the set break he took another 10 minute break -- I actually started hitting with the pair playing on the court next to us. In the third set I am up 4-1 and serving on deuce. I hit an ace and he calls a let. I'm pissed off at that point but that has happened to me before. I hit another ace and we move on to ad court. In the middle of my toss he yells out that the last serve was out. I let it go and he says nevermind. I serve another good first serve about 2 feet in and he calls it out. Through all the yelling and cheating I just picked up the balls and left and told him to report the score however he felt was fair and I couldn't deal with it anymore. Of course the score was reported falsely. How should I have handled this and what should I do moving forward?