LONDON (AP) — Tennis umpire Arnaud Gabas has had surgery on a fractured bone under his left eye after being hit by a ball struck by Canadian player Denis Shapovalov during a Davis Cup match. The International Tennis Federation says "chair umpire ... -
The French tennis umpire who was struck with a ball hit by Canada's Denis Shapovalov during a Davis Cup tie with Great Britain has admitted he was lucky not to have been blinded by the incident. Arnaud Gabas spent two hours in Ottawa General Hospital ... - -
Canada's Denis Shapovalov says he would not have been able to forgive himself if the umpire he hit in the eye with a ball had been seriously injured. Shapovalov was fined $7,000 (£5,600) for his actions during a Davis Cup match with Great Britain's -
A crestfallen Shapovalov afterwards immediately sought out Gabas to apologise, before the umpire was taken to hospital for a check-up. He was said by an International Tennis Federation spokesperson to have 'swelling and bruising around his left eye'.
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
Tennis umpire Arnaud Gabas has had surgery on a fractured bone under his left eye after being hit by a ball struck by Canadian player Denis Shapovalov during a Davis Cup match. The International Tennis Federation (ITF) says "chair umpire Arnaud Gabas ...
Lundi, la Fédération international de tennis a infligé une amende 7 000 dollars au fautif, qui a été disqualifié dans la foulée de son geste, provoquant l'élimination du Canada. Arnaud Gabas a confirmé que le joueur s'était excusé pour son geste et qu - - -
L'arbitre de tennis français Arnaud Gabas a été opéré samedi d'une fracture du plancher orbital après avoir reçu une balle au visage en Coupe Davis. Manque de chance pour l'arbitre Français Arnaud Gabas (35 ans) alors qu'il arbitrait dimanche dernier - -
Edmund was already in a commanding position, just as he was when a similar incident occurred two weeks ago against Denis Shapovalov in the Davis Cup. Shapovalov was defaulted for blasting a ball out of court and into the eye of umpire Arnaud Gabas, ...
Denis Shapovalov became the latest player to make headlines with their on-court behaviour rather than the quality of their tennis by hitting umpire Arnaud Gabas in the eye with a wildly-struck ball and being defaulted during Canada's Davis Cup clash
Tennis-Profi Denis Shapovalov hatte ihm aus Frust einen Ball ins Auge geschmettert. Der Täter wurde milde bestraft ... Es ist immer noch stark geschwollen, nachdem Arnaud Gabas am Sonntag einen Tennisball mit voller Wucht abbekam. Im entscheidenden ... - -
If playing a match at my local tennis club and an opponent violently blasts a ball against the fence in anger, that person is seen as an out-of-control jerk. We need to stop defending ... Our deepest sympathy should go to Arnaud Gabas. But I don't
As has been well documented, Arnaud Gabas, a professional tennis umpire from France, was the official who suffered a blow to the face due to Canadian teen Denis Shapovalov unleashing a ball in frustration. The incident during a Davis Cup tie saw ...
... eye with a ball during a Davis Cup match last weekend was a "wake-up call" for all players. The 17-year-old Canadian defaulted his rubber against Great Britain's Kyle Edmund in Ottawa when he gave Arnaud Gabas a black eye by accidentally hitting a
Instead, his body torqued too far, the ball rocketed right toward chair umpire Arnaud Gabas and struck the official in the eye with such force that it swelled instantly. “I did a very stupid thing and I'm really embarrassed and ashamed,” Shapovalov