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Davis Cup: Umpire Arnaud Gabas has surgery to repair fractured eye socket


Shapovalov hits umpire in face and loses Davis Cup tie



Umpire Arnaud Gabas has had surgery to repair a fractured eye socket after he was hit with a ball during Britain's Davis Cup win over Canada last week.

Canada's Denis Shapovalov struck the ball in anger and hit Gabas during his game with Kyle Edmund, defaulting the match to hand the tie to Great Britain.

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Roger Federer accepts Andy Murray's invite to Glasgow charity event

Roger Federer and Andy Murray have agreed to play in one another's charity events




Australian Open champion and 18-time Grand Slam winner Roger Federer has accepted Andy Murray's invitation to play in Scotland for the first time.

The 35-year-old Swiss will take part in Andy Murray Live, the world number one's charity exhibition event at Glasgow's SSE Hydro in November.

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Rafael Nadal to play Aegon Championships alongside Andy Murray

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Nadal reached his first Grand Slam final since 2014 at this year's Australian Open




Rafael Nadal will warm up for Wimbledon by playing in the Aegon Championships at Queen's Club in London in June.

The 14-time Grand Slam champion will join Britain's Andy Murray at the event, which Nadal won in 2008 before claiming his first Wimbledon title.

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Davis Cup: Andy Murray to sit out first-round tie against Canada

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Andy Murray helped Great Britain win the Davis Cup in 2015




Davis Cup captain Leon Smith has confirmed Andy Murray will not compete for Great Britain in this weekend's tie against Canada.

Smith left the door open for the world number one who had intimated he needed time to recuperate.

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Roger Federer & Rafael Nadal turn back clock in Australian Open final

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Roger Federer claimed his 18th Grand Slam with his victory over Rafael Nadal



Of course it was going to go to five sets. Of course it was going to make you feel sick for four hours. Of course it was going to go places that no other final and no other players could possibly go.

Before this Australian Open final between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal even began, it felt like the Beatles reforming in 1979 for a one-off gig. When Federer's forehand finished it, deep into the Melbourne night, it was as if they had released a new Revolver too.

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