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Re: Aegon Championships, London, UK, 11–17 June 2012

David wins vs. Dimitrov 6-4, 6-4!

He is in Final!
He has a great chance for sweet revenge.
Go David, beat Cilic tomorrow! :)
 

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Re: Aegon Championships, London, UK, 11–17 June 2012

BBC1 broadcasting this match right now!
They taken short interview with David:
"i will play so long so my health and body allow me to play at high enough level!"
said David
 

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Re: Aegon Championships, London, UK, 11–17 June 2012

David is disqualified!
Cilic wins a cup without win :(
 

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Re: Aegon Championships, London, UK, 11–17 June 2012

What would be happened for David?
Be banned? :O
i don't think he will be banned...
the lost of Final already is a huge penalty ...

But how Cilic could accept this price?
He knows he would loose vs. David...
Shame on Cilic... just shitty guy...:(
 

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Re: Aegon Championships, London, UK, 11–17 June 2012

funny stuf:


i got this without a win, i'm a hero!
i'm shitty Cilic :)
 

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Re: Aegon Championships, London, UK, 11–17 June 2012

ATP said David won't be banned if not the whole ATP could be banned. They all gave a hit with their foot or racket into a chair once; don't know what they make a fuss with it. They must dislike David
 

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Re: Aegon Championships, London, UK, 11–17 June 2012

I think it was the fact that poor David was unlucky enough to draw blood. I don't think he meant to hurt anyone at all. He just kicked a board that wasn't as solid as he thought it was :sad: I'm still a fan :)
 

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Re: Aegon Championships, London, UK, 11–17 June 2012

http://www.atpworldtour.com/News/Tennis/2012/06/Features/ATP-Statement-On-David-Nalbandian.aspx


ATP STATEMENT ON DAVID NALBANDIAN
by ATP Staff | 24.06.2012
The ATP announced today that no further disciplinary action will be taken against David Nalbandian, who was defaulted last Sunday from the final of the AEGON Championships at Queen’s Club. Nalbandian was sanctioned approximately USD $70,000 in prize money and fines, and 150 ranking points for unsportsmanlike conduct. After a review of the incident, the ATP determined that although David’s actions were unacceptable and under ATP rules warranted an automatic default, the injury to the linesman was unintentional. As such, it was decided that the sanctions already levied against David are sufficient in this case.
 

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Re: Aegon Championships, London, UK, 11–17 June 2012

http://www.atpworldtour.com/News/Tennis/2012/06/Features/ATP-Statement-On-David-Nalbandian.aspx


ATP STATEMENT ON DAVID NALBANDIAN
by ATP Staff | 24.06.2012
The ATP announced today that no further disciplinary action will be taken against David Nalbandian, who was defaulted last Sunday from the final of the AEGON Championships at Queen’s Club. Nalbandian was sanctioned approximately USD $70,000 in prize money and fines, and 150 ranking points for unsportsmanlike conduct. After a review of the incident, the ATP determined that although David’s actions were unacceptable and under ATP rules warranted an automatic default, the injury to the linesman was unintentional. As such, it was decided that the sanctions already levied against David are sufficient in this case.
I find the "financial penalty" of USD $70,000 was enough for David's wrong action.
Why they have taken 150 points? It means he did not play in AEGON Championships at Queen’s Club this year, 2012?;)
 
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