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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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Parmi les promesses de la « next gen », nombreux sont ceux qui le considèrent comme le plus grand talent. Gaucher de 18 ans à la gueule d'ange, doté d'un subtil revers à une main et, surtout, d'un jeu aussi spectaculaire qu'imprévisible, voilà comment
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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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Il y a des actes qui peuvent parfois coûter très cher et vous suivre longtemps… Cette phrase aussi banale que pleine de bon sens, Denis Shapovalov en a désormais totalement pris conscience. Il y a tout juste un an, frustré par la tournure d'une
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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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However, it will be a match-up which brings back painful memories of the pair's meeting in the Davis Cup in February when Shapovalov was defaulted for hitting a ball at umpire Arnaud Gabas. The Canadian youngster was fined $7 000 for the incident even  - - -
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While facing Great Britain's Kyle Edmund in Davis Cup last February, Shapovalov struck a ball in anger, accidentally hitting chair umpire Arnaud Gabas in the eye. Promptly disqualified and later fined, a guilt-ridden Shapovalov admitted struggling to
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Shapovalov hit the headlines for the wrong reasons in February when he lost the deciding rubber of Canada's Davis Cup tie against Britain by disqualification, after hitting umpire Arnaud Gabas in the eye when he whacked a ball in frustration after
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Davis Cup villain Denis Shapalov did not want to get out of bed after his moment of petulance forced umpire Arnaud Gabas to have eye surgery, but admits an unlikely friendship was born out of it. Shapovalov, a little known Canadian teenager, caused
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Shapovalov waves graciously to the crowd, as he always does, after the loss to Edmund in Brisbane. (Screenshot: Channel 7 app). That it would be that close isn't all that surprising. Two of their three encounters in 2017 didn't have a proper ending, so
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... elevate his game level to the surprise of his NextGen comrades, his tennis opponents, the community and basically to himself. He'd play for the first time in the Canadian Davis Cup in Great Britain in February but he wasn't very proud of his
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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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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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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
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Arnaud Gabas, hit by Denis Shapovalov in February, has resumed umpiring. 28 Mar 2017 - View: 2364. by Gatto Luigi. Arnaud Gabas, hit by Denis Shapovalov in February, has resumed umpiring. 0. Share. 0. Tweet. 0. Share. 0. Share. 0. Share. 0. Share. 0