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Five nights after the worst day of his young life, Denis Shapovalov was on the telephone and his voice cracked a little. The 17-year-old, widely considered a rising star in Canadian tennis, was waiting to board a flight from Toronto to Montreal. But
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Let's talk GOAT. As Croydon notes, this recent surge really burnishes Federer's credentials. Quite apart from adding a major to the haul and making inroads on the Nadal head-to-head, Federer has shown tremendous resilience and longevity and durability
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The International Tennis Federation fined Canadian tennis player Denis Shapovalov $7,000 US Monday after he unintentionally hit chair umpire Arnaud Gabas in the eye with a ball. He avoided the maximum fine of $12,000 as the incident was not considered ... -
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Canada's teenage star Denis Shapovalov wrote his name into the competition's 117-year history by handing a 3-2 victory to GB with a flash of temper that could have ended in serious injury. ... for a check-up. He was said by an International Tennis
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Shapovalov Talks Training With Günter Bresnik And Next Gen ATP Finals. Jan152017. ATP Staff ... At age 17, Denis Shapovalov was hoping to merely get his feet wet on the pro circuit, as he entered his first ATP Challenger Tour and ATP World Tour events
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Denis Shapovalov has admitted he would never have been able to forgive himself if Davis Cup umpire Arnaud Gabas had been seriously injured by his ball-blasting antics on Sunday. ... Shapovalov has since been fined 7,000 US dollars (£5,623) by the
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... the performance of 17-year-old local boy Denis Shapovalov. The teen from Richmond Hill, Ontario, fresh off a junior title run at Wimbledon, sent shockwaves through the tennis world when he upset world number 19 Nick Kyrgios on Monday night in Toronto.
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He may have shot to fame for all the wrong reasons on Sunday 5 February, but Denis Shapovalov will hope the incident involving his venomous forehand and Arnaud Gabas's left eye will be a mere interesting footnote in a career that could prove to be
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In the days leading up to the Rogers Cup, tournament organizers were forced to announce one major withdrawal after another. By the start of the men's tennis showcase, top draws Roger Federer, Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal were among the no-shows.
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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
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You may not have heard much about Canadian rising tennis star Denis Shapovalov since his intriguing Rogers Cup debut last month, but big things are certainly happening. This summer, 17-year-old from Richmond Hill, Ont., won the Junior tournament at ...
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The Davis Cup umpire, who was struck with a ball last weekend during the final tie-deciding match between Great Britain and Canada, has received surgery after suffering from a broken left eye socket following the incident. Arnaud Gabas was umpiring the ...
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Canadian tennis fans may have been disappointed that Milos Raonic of Thornhill, Ont., lost the men's title, but they were cheering as Denis Shapovalov of Richmond Hill, Ont., lifted the Wimbledon boys' trophy just steps away on the No. 1 Court earlier
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The incident was reminiscent of Canada's Davis Cup match against Great Britain from earlier this year when Denis Shapovalov was defaulted for hitting the umpire in his eye. Elias was lucky not not hit anyone in the stands and chair umpire Carlos
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Denis Shapovalov has admitted he would never have been able to forgive himself if Davis Cup umpire Arnaud Gabas had been seriously injured by his ball-blasting antics on Sunday. Canada's Shapovalov was defaulted ... Shapovalov has since been fined $7