SEE IT: Australian Open tennis player from New Jersey vomits during match Christina McHale, 22, of Teaneck, was captured by an ESPN camera throwing up multiple times as she competed against France’s Stephanie Foretz. But after a break to clean up the mess McHale recovered and defeated her opponent in a wild third set. BY Joel Landau NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Monday, January 19, 2015, 1:29 PM She left it all out on the court — including vomit. American tennis player Christina McHale was caught spewing her guts onto the court at the Australian Open multiple times during her match Monday but still managed to win her first round match. Video of the 22-year-old from Teaneck, New Jersey bending over and throwing up multiple times, which ESPN replayed in slow motion, is being viewed by many online. But the tennis star did have a sense of humor about it after the gutsy match ended. "That was one of the craziest matches of my life... Sorry for the overshare! Thanks for your amazing support, so happy #ausopen15" she posted on Instagram. McHale, who is ranked 54th by the WTA, rallied back from the incident and defeated Stephanie Foretz, of France, 6-4, 1-6, 12-10. McHale vomited during the thrilling third set but told reporters she felt much better afterwards. American tennis player Christina McHale was caught on camera throwing up during the third set of her Australian Open match Monday. The match was stopped for a brief moment to clean up the mess, and then McHale went back to business. "I realized I hadn't been feeling well, and finally I knew it was coming up," McHale said, according to USA Today. "I felt so much better after it happened. I don't know what caused it." I felt so much better after it happened. I don't know what caused it. She also said she wasn't offended by the cable network showing her embarrassing moment. "It's something unusual that happened," she said. "It's their job to show what's happening on the court during a match."