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    Queens Tennis won by disqualification

    APS Jun 17, 2012

    1. APS

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      Don't think I've ever known a tournament won this way before.
       
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      Wow! I have seen tennis players frustrated but that is ridiculous, poor guy sitting in the seat definitely didn't deserve that.

      I watch tennis alot and this is the first time I have ever known a tournament to be won this way that is for sure.

      I guess he will learn to curb his anger and frustration in the future, crazy guy.
       
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      Police Probe Nalbandian 'Assault' Claim

      Police are investigating a complaint of assault after tennis player David Nalbandian kicked an advertising hoarding at Queen's, injuring a line judge.

      Scotland Yard said a complaint had been made following the incident at the Aegon Championships on Sunday.
      A spokesman said: "We are aware of an incident at the Aegon Championships on June 17.
      "A complaint has been made and the Metropolitan Police Service is now investigating.
      "The allegation is of assault."

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      Not looking too good for this tennis player at the moment, I guess sometimes it pays to have patience and curb your anger.
       
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      Line Judge see's some easy money :)
       
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      It sure seems that way, probably doing it out of frustration and instead of thinking it was a genuine mistake made by the player he is thinking other things and cashing in instead.