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In February, while playing a Davis Cup match for Canada against Britain in Ottawa, Shapovalov was disqualified for smashing in anger a tennis ball that struck umpire Arnaud Gabas, who suffered a fractured eye socket. Shapovalov was fined $7,000 by the ...
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As the shot was unintentional, Arnaud Gabas and Haase shared a good and friendly exchange and the Dutchman made a bow and arrow gesture, to which the referee responded with both his hands joint in a posture of 'Namaste.' Gabas was in the chair ...
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Canadian Shapovalov, ranked 193, made headlines earlier this year when he was disqualified for striking umpire Arnaud Gabas in the eye with a ball after hitting it aimlessly towards the crowd during a Davis Cup tie against Britain. That incident in
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Tennis umpire Arnaud Gabas has undergone surgery on a fractured bone under his left eye after being hit by Denis Shapovalov in Canada's Davis Cup tie against Great Britain. Shapovalov smashed a ball in anger during the third set of the deciding rubber ... - -
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For Denis Shapovalov, the match against Kyle Edmund at the Queen's Club on Monday was particularly special. The last time they played against each other was in Davis Cup last February when Shapovalov hit the umpire Arnaud Gabas, who underwent a ... -
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At the Davis Cup in February, teenager Shapovalov smashed a ball away in anger and, unintentionally, it went straight into the head of French official Arnaud Gabas. The Canadian defaulted the rubber. The players meet again on Monday at the Aegon ...
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Britain's Marcus Willis is awarded a wildcard into qualifying for Wimbledon after his fairytale run at last year's tournament.
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Shapovalov smashed the ball in anger and struck Arnaud Gabas, who suffered a fractured eye socket. The 18-year-old was disqualified from February's match and fined by the International Tennis Federation, which said his actions were unintentional.
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The Dutch player pointed his tennis racket at the umpire and mimicked using a bow and arrow as Arnaud Gabas smiled and places his hands together. Gabas was the umpire injured earlier this year when Denis Shapovalov smacked him in the eye with a ball ...
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After taking a ball to the eye in the Davis Cup earlier this year, Arnaud Gabas was on the receiving end of a Robin Haase shot in Paris. by Omnisport. News 31 May, 2017. haase - CROPPED Robin Haase of the Netherlands. Robin Haase channelled his inner ...
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The Dutch player pointed his tennis racket at the umpire and mimicked using a bow and arrow as Arnaud Gabas smiled and places his hands together. Gabas was the umpire injured earlier this year when Denis Shapovalov smacked him in the eye with a ball ...
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Umpire Arnaud Gabas claimed he "came off the court looking like Rocky Balboa" after being hit in the eye by a tennis ball struck by Denis Shapovalov. Teenager Shapovalov inadvertently hit Gabas when he smashed a ball in frustration during Sunday's
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An Š—“ashamed and embarrassedŠ— Denis Shapovalov, of Canada, kicked it up when he presented SmithŠ—Ès side with a spot by firing the ball like a bullet into the left eye of umpire Arnaud Gabas leaving it black, the French official hospitalised and
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Shapovalov, who escaped the maximum $12,000 (£9,600) fine because it was deemed to be unintentional, said he spoke to Gabas after the match and the French umpire even managed to "joke around a little bit" regarding the incident in Ottawa. Gabas went ... -
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Canadian Denis Shapovalov says he has become "good friends" with the umpire he hit in the eye with a ball during the Canada Vs Great Britain Davis Cup Tie. Shapovalov smacked the ball in anger and struck Arnaud Gabas, who suffered a fractured eye ...