File - In this May 26, 2013 photo, James Blake grimaces after missing a return against Serbia's Viktor Troicki at the French Open tennis tournament in Paris. (AP Photo/Michel Spingler)
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New York City Police Commissioner William Bratton said Thursday he was concerned over the level of force used in the arrest of retired U.S. tennis star James Blake, who was mistakenly identified as a suspect in a fraud ring.Police said Blake, who is black, had been mistakenly identified by a cooperating witness as a suspect in a fraud ring.Bratton said he was also concerned that no report had been made of Blake's arrest and detention, which became public after the former player reported it to the New York Daily News. He said police wanted to talk to Blake to hear his version of events.
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