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The 2017 tennis season will certainly live long in the memory with no shortage of thrills, spills and surprises. Players at the top of their game at the start of the year have slipped down the rankings, while there have been plenty of comeback kings
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There was a break at 2-1 in the last set and Shapovalov was frustrated at not winning a set, so he hit a ball up and unfortunately it flew up and hit the chair umpire Arnaud Gabas in the eye. The accident cost Canada the tie and Shapovalov was fined $7
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I am not sure I will ever forget the reaction of the Canadian crowd in February when Denis Shapovalov, the 18-year-old, inadvertently smacked a ball into the face of the umpire, Arnaud Gabas, during the Davis Cup tie against Great Britain. A cacophony
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With the win, Shapovalov was able to bury his Davis Cup past and his total meltdown in the World Group round of 16 when he took out his frustration on the tennis ball and accidently struck chair umpire Arnaud Gabas of France, breaking a bone in the eye
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51 and had lost both of his matches to Great Britain including the infamous implosion when he defaulted and the match awarded to the visitors in February in Ottawa, when he batted a ball in frustration and struck chair umpire Arnaud Gabas of France
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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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Dass Stuhlschiedsrichter im Tennis äußerst gefährlich leben, zeigte der Fall Dennis Shapovalov zu Beginn des Jahres. Im folgenden Video seht ihr schmerzhafte Kopftreffer, die nicht nur bei den Unparteiischen für einen mächtigen Brummschädel sorgten
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After visiting Gabas, Shapovalov bravely fronted up to the media at the post-match press conference. His response was unexpectedly mature for a 17-year-old, as he admitted that he felt “incredibly ashamed and embarrassed”. Yesterday he followed up with  - -
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Et s'il a d'abord fait parler de lui pour de mauvaises raisons au mois de février avec ce coup de sang qui l'a vu expédier une balle dans l'œil de l'arbitre français Arnaud Gabas lors de la rencontre de Coupe Davis contre la Grande-Bretagne, le kid de
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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 to  - -
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Great Britain win their Davis Cup tie against Canada in Ottawa on Sunday after teenager Denis Shapovalov is defaulted for hitting a ball into the face of the umpire, Arnaud Gabas. Down 6-3, 6-4, 2-1 to Kyle Edmund and having just been broken
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Denis Shapovalov describes his Davis Cup default as a learning experience, and says he and the umpire involved are now friends. Shapovalov smashed a ball towards the stands during a first-round Davis Cup match against Britain, but instead hit umpire
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You need to pass the first stage of the Lawn Tennis Association's training course by having the loudest voice and best timing — seriously. The courses are done at the National Tennis Centre in south-west London. While anyone can take the test, only
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I can promise that's the last time I will do anything like that. I'm going to learn from this and try to move past it." During ESPN's US Open broadcast of Shapovalov's second-round victory against eighth-seeded Jo-Wilfried Tsonga on Wednesday, the  - - -
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Remember this wince-worthy incident where Denis Shapovalov smashed a ball in anger straight into umpire Arnaud Gabas's eye during the Davis Cup back in February? The jaw-dropping incident cost the current world No. 194 the match (and Canada the tie to