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Mohamed Lahyani, the Swedish chair umpire who gave an on-court pep talk to Nick Kyrgios during a match at this year's United States Open, has been suspended without pay for two weeks by the ATP Tour because of the incident. Lahyani, one of tennis's
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After the match, Williams was fined $17,000: $10,000 for verbal abuse, the largest fine of the U.S. Open so far; $4,000 for the coaching violation, and $3,000 for racket abuse. According to the rule book, players are ... Ramos is one of the most
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He did have to pay a $1,250 fine. Nick Kyrgios got in a yelling match with Ramos at the 2018 Australian Open, but no code violations were issued. Andy Murray got a code violation for allegedly calling the same umpire, Ramos, “stupid” at the Rio Olympics. - -
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Is Nick Kyrgios a unique personality, a disrupter with little regard for tennis tradition and what others think he should be? Or is the Aussie ... At Queens Club earlier this year, he was fined for an obscene gesture with a water bottle on a changeover  - -
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For once, a tennis controversy involving Nick Kyrgios had little to do with anything he did. On Thursday at the U.S. Open, Kyrgios had just ... The U.S. Tennis Association has yet to punish Lahyani, who is a popular and well-regarded umpire among the  -
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Nick Kyrgios, 23 years old and ranked 30th in the world, is just now leaving prodigy territory and drifting into that great unknown. After spending about four seasons on tour being billed as the most gifted young player in tennis, Kyrgios is still just
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Maybe it's time to change that. Major League Baseball doesn't fine a slugger for breaking his bat. But, sure, go ahead and fine a tennis player (in golf, a snapped club draws a fine). Just don't make it something ... There was also the inevitable
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The American star was fined for coaching, racquet abuse and for verbal abuse when she accused umpire Carlos Ramos of being “a thief” during Saturday's stormy final. Picture: Timothy Clary/AFPSource:AFP. Serena ... @Knightcartoons cartoon is not racist  -
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He was fined $16,500 for his behavior. Such outrages are becoming increasingly common among a coterie of young pros, who curse out refs and routinely melt down. The new brat pack includes Paire (ranked No. 55), Aussie talent Nick Kyrgios (No.
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... (anyone) quite like Nick. I have worked with John McEnroe, Jim Courier, all the greatest tennis players. ... In 2016, Kyrgios got a three-tournament week ban for visibly tanking his match against Zverev, while in 2017 he was just fined. 'I don't
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Kyrgios — 'everything was fine'. Nick Kyrgios has booked a likely US Open third round date with Roger Federer with a 4-6, 7-6 (8-6), 6-3, 6-0 victory over France's world number 75 Pierre-Hugues Herbert.
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Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios was fined $17,500 by the Association of Tennis Professionals for making a sexual gesture on Saturday in his semifinal loss to Marin Cilic at the Queen's Club Championship in London. The 23-year-old Kyrgios was  - -
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Tennis star Nick Kyrgios was fined $17,500 for a lewd act on the court Saturday, according to TMZ Sports. During the semifinal of the Queen's Club Championship, Kyrgios simulated a sexual act during a break in the action while using a water bottle as  - -
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So like a piece of classical music that's a study in two acts, we've been once again treated to the very divergent styles of these two terrific tennis players, Roger Federer and Nick Kyrgios. Federer, composed, calm, and very rarely flustered; Kyrgios
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Serena Williams' claims of sexism from tennis officials have been debunked in spectacular fashion, with an investigation from the New York Times finding that men are hit with nearly three times the amount of conduct violations as their female counterparts.