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Tomic’s Hitting Partner Allegedly Attacked By Tomic’s Father" width="100" height="74" align="left" hspace="5">Bernard
Drouet, Bernard Tomic’s hitting partner who is sporting a neck brace,
nasal splint and several facial bandages after being allegedly
heat-butted by the player’s father John, maintains he was abused, sacked
and ultimately attacked in Madrid’s  central Paseo de la Castellana



Cash Hoping For Lifetime Ban on Tomic’s Father" width="80" height="80" align="left" hspace="5">Pat
Cash has known the Tomic family longer than most in the tennis world
after Bernard and his father John regularly attended the 1987 Wimbledon
champion’s former academy in Hope Island, Queensland. Cash believes the
fiasco currently centering on the pair and John’s alleged assault on
hitting partner Thomas Drouet could have a positive outcome. Cash thinks
a lifetime ban for John Tomic from the ATP World Tour can only be
beneficial to Bernard’s career in the long term.


Stephens Takes Issue
With Williams" width="75" height="100" align="left" hspace="5">Serena
Williams and Sloane Stephens have a curious history together.

Stephens tells in this week’s issue of ESPN The Magazine,
she ripped into
Serena,  saying that Williams isn’t whom she
appears to be and they haven’t spoken since Stephens upset her in the
quarterfinals of the 2013 Australian Open.



Nadal Says He Is Okay With His French Open Seeding" width="100" height="66" align="left" hspace="5">Rafael
Nadal is taking his fall to the ATP fifth ranking in his stride,
concentrating only his upcoming opening match at the Madrid Masters.
With the pre-French Open event back to red clay after the 2012 blue
experiment, the Spaniard has enough on his plate as he prepares to face
a second-round starting opponent to be determined.


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