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Ryan Harrison has expelled an allegation of racism made against him by kindred American tennis player Donald Young as false.

Harrison beat Young 6-3 7-6 (7-4) in their first-round match at the New York Open ATP Tour occasion on Monday night.

He composed on Twitter: “I’m stunned and baffled, Ryan Harrison, to hear you disclose to me how you truly feel about me as a dark tennis player amidst our NY coordinate.

“I thought this should be a comprehensive courteous fellow’s game.”

Harrison reacted to the assertion on Twitter 45 minutes after the fact, demanding he had done nothing incorrectly at all.

The 25-year-old stated: “The allegations made by Donald Young today around evening time following our match are completely false. I’m to a great degree baffled that somebody would state this in response to a lost tennis match.

“Any video/sound will 100% clear me and I energize anybody with the accessible assets to discover it.”

Harrison, the competition’s No 6 seed, faces Croatia’s Ivo Karlovic in the second round on Wednesday.