Tomic was dumped from Australia’s Davis Cup after a rant against officials.
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Tennis Australia has apologized for a "clerical error" in a media release that said estranged player Bernard Tomic was playing in a "Hall of Shame" event against compatriot John-Patrick Smith.The media release said Tomic, who was dumped from Australia's Davis Cup team after a rant against officials, was playing Smith in the "Hall of Shame tennis Championships," causing a stir on social media networks.Rafter added fuel to the fire over the weekend by telling a local newspaper that TA was focusing on developing players the country could be "proud of". He also suggested the rift between TA and Tomic might never heal.
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