street photography is one of the most difficult task of this art, IMO, since it is really difficult to control all the aspects such as comp, timing and so on.
In your picture, the tonal range is complete and also the shadows mantain detail so the exposure is "correct".
The main issue with this picture is that there are too many thinghs and the eye continuosly move from one part to another, without stopping on the subject.
One of the reason is the DOF, you've probably used a large f number since almost everything is in focus and this is distracting. Perhaps, it would have been better to have a larger aperture (4-5.6) focused 1-1.5 meter before the man throwing the ball, in this way the BG (particularly the other persons) would have been blurred.
A final consideration is about the POV. There's a vertical line "connecting" the two balls in FG, the flying ball and the man. The overall impression is quite static.
Having the chance, It could have been better to shot from a different angle (just moving 2-3 meters on the left) in order to have a diagonal line starting from the man's hand in the upper LH corner and ending at the two still balls in the bottom RH corner.
In mod, after a square crop to enphasise the subject, I've blurred the BG and the FG (the two balls) to "simulate" a different f aperture.
hope it helps