under one's skin
What is the meaning of 'under one's skin'?, as showed in the quotation as the following:When Federer got embroiled in a long chat with Romano Grillotti, the umpire, at 3-3 in the second set, Safin was getting under the world No 1ís skin.
Re: under one's skin
The idiom to get under one's skin means, to irritate. I have no idea, though, how it fits in to the context you provided. Sorry.
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