Gabas holds an ice pack to his eye after being struck by Shapovalov’s ball.
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Canada's Denis Shapovalov was left mortified after joining tennis' hall of infamy Sunday, offering an apology and promising that he would learn from his momentary explosion of temper that left a Davis Cup umpire needing a visit to hospital.Shapovalov, one of the brightest young talents in the game at 17, was fined $7,000 Monday for hitting chair umpire Arnaud Gabas with a ball he smashed away in anger during the Canada-Britain tie in Ottawa.The incident happened in the deciding rubber with the tie locked at 2-2 and Shapovalov, the Wimbledon boys champion, two sets and a break of serve down to Britain's Kyle Edmund.Shapovalov sought out the umpire in the referee's office and apologized.
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