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Bittersweet sensations for Vasek Pospisil at the Indian Wells 1000 Masters. The Canadian surpassed the American and local player in his debut Jeffrey John Wolf (187th ATP) with, surely, more suffering than expected (6-4, 4-6 and 6-4), which led him to lose the papers in a moment of maximum frustration.

Pospisil, currently ranked 68 in the ATP ranking, he started hitting his racket against the ground repeatedly out of his mind. How could it be otherwise, the racket ended up on his bench completely destroyed. This caused him to receive a warning due to unsportsmanlike conduct by Aurélie Tourte, chair umpire of the match, which made her lose a point and maybe even something else …

And is that the sum of both sanctions could lead to the maximum fine for this type of case, which would amount to $ 30,000. The decision will be made by the organization of the Indian Wells Masters and the ATP soon. Pospisil must be much more focused if he wants to give him war on second round to his compatriot Denis Shapovalov, undoubtedly one of the outsiders in the title fight. Anger that can be expensive …

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