John Tomic banned at Roland Garros

by: Matt Cronin May 08, 2013

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Roland Garros tournament director Gilbert Ysern tells the New York Times that Bernard Tomic’s father, John, will be banned from this year’s tournament. John Tomic has been accused of attacking his son’s hitting partner, Thomas Drouet, as well as his son, and faces charges of assault in Madrid, Spain.

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