The 27-year-old was clearly pumped up watching Murray take on Berdych, with tension over the match heightened by the fact that the Czech player happens to be coached by Murray’s friend and former coach Dani Vallverdu.
And towards the end of a close first set during Thursday’s match, which Murray would go on to lose, a scowling Ms Sears was seen by millions watching on TV clearly mouthing an expletive-filled tirade against Berdych.
Political upheaval in that country forced his family to Miami when he was a child.
Wladyslaw Mejka tweeted: “Just what did Tomas's ethnicity have to do with it ?
It's probably one of those Joseph Campbell questions, why we need ritual.
We need magic and bliss, and power and myth, and celebration and religion in our lives and music is a good way to encapsulate a lot of it. Jerry and Tiff move in with their maternal grandparents for a five-year stint.
USA'a Bethanie Mattek-Sands is helped by medics on the court as an ambulance is readied to take her after suffering an injury during her women's singles second round match against Romania's Sorana Cirstea British no.1s Johnna Konta and Andy Murray are again on Centre Court for Day 3 at Wimbledon.
The ladies' no.6 seed was on Court 1 on Monday but faces Donna Vekic at 1pm on Centre, with Murray's second-round tie against Dustin Brown following.