Novak Djokovic disqualified from U.S. Open for hitting line judge with ball. The three-time tournament champion accidentally hit the judge in a fit of anger during his fourth-round match against ...
Novak Djokovic disqualified from 2020 US Open for hitting ball at line judge; says he feels 'empty' in apology.
Disqualifications in tennis can occur for unsporting conduct. ATP rules state that: Players shall not at any time physically abuse any official, opponent, spectator or other person within the precincts of the tournament site. For purposes of this rule, physical abuse is the unauthorized touching of an official, opponent, and spectator or other person.
Top seed Novak Djokovic was disqualified from the U.S. Open after hitting a judge with a ball on Sunday. Novak Djokovic out of U.S. Open after hitting lineswoman with a ball NFL
American pro tennis player Michael Mmoh was disqualified from the recent ATP Challenger Tour event in Charlottesville, Virginia during his match with Darian King. After losing a point and becoming frustrated, Michael Mmoh threw his racket against the padded wall. The racket then rebounded and struck a line judge who was left injured on the ground for longer than anyone would’ve liked to see.
The incident led to a change in the rules of professional tennis to allow players to receive medical treatment during matches. 1996 Atlanta Open, USA Andre Agassi: Daniel Nestor: Ball abuse and verbal abuse. 1997 Miami Open, USA Mariano Zabaleta: Adrian Voinea: Disqualified over hitting a line judge with a ball. 2000 French Open, France
NEW YORK (AP) — Novak Djokovic was kicked out of the U.S. Open for accidentally hitting a line judge in the throat with a tennis ball after dropping a game in his fourth-round match Sunday, a stunning end to his 29-match winning streak and bid for an 18th Grand Slam title... Djokovic out of US Open after hitting line judge with ball.
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