Davis Cup: Canada’s Denis Shapovalov disqualified for hitting umpire in face with ball. Shapovalov, 17, had lost the first two sets against Kyle Edmund in the fifth and deciding rubber when he hammered the ball away in a fit of rage at 2-1 down in the third set.
Davis Cup: Denis Shapovalov defaulted for hitting umpire with a ball, GB beat Canada. Kyle Edmund had just broken serve to lead 6-3 6-4 2-1 when frustration got the better of Shapovalov. A default followed, giving Britain a 3-2 victory in the World Group first-round tie in Ottawa.
Great Britain advance in Davis Cup after Canadian player is DISQUALIFIED for hitting ball at the umpire. With the tie level at 2-2 the winner of Kyle Edmund and Shapovalov would hand victory to their country. Edmund had claimed the first two sets, 6-3, 6-4, a secured a break to be 2-1 up in the third when the young Canadian hit a ball in frustration and struck the umpire, Arnaud Gabas, in the face.
Canada have sensationally been eliminated from their first round Davis Cup tie against Great Britain after player Denis Shapovalov was defaulted for hitting the chair umpire in the face. With the tie in Ottawa level at 2-2, Shapovalov was playing Briton Kyle Edmund to …
Popular videos. Great Britain got their Davis Cup campaign off to a winning start, but only after Canada were disqualified from the final tie-deciding match when Denis Shapovalov hit the ball in anger into the umpire’s face. 17-year-old Shapovalov was taught a harsh lesson in how to cope with you frustration after his default caused Canada
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Feb 06, 2017 · Canada disqualified from Davis Cup after Denis Shapovalov hits umpire with the ball
A disqualification against Canada ended the Davis Cup World Group first round tie 3-2 in Great Britain’s favour on Sunday in Ottawa. In a contest of two young players, the more experienced Kyle Edmund was leading Canada’s Denis Shapovalov by two sets 6-3, 6-4, 2-1, when the Canadian struck a ball out of frustration in error, hitting the chair umpire after play, right as he lost a break point.
Davis Cup drama as Canada’s Denis Shapovalov is defaulted for smashing ball into umpire’s face to hand Great Britain win. We may also remember a young Tim Henman, playing Wimbledon, being disqualified after a similar angry whack at a loose ball happened to connect with a ballgirl.
Denis Shapovalov disqualified after smashing ball into umpire during Davis Cup match with Kyle Edmund. BRITAIN reached the Davis Cup quarter-finals in the most amazing way possible – when Canadian Denis Shapovalov was DISQUALIFIED for smashing the ball into the umpire’s eye. Frustrated teenager Shapovalov, 17, blasted the ball towards the crowd and looked as horrified as anyone to see it hit …