First off - the whole Djokovic thing is a bit blown out of proportion. Had he hit the line judge anywhere other then where he did - this would really be a non-issue. McEnroe says he'll always be known as the "bad guy" - no he won't. Maybe John is hoping to pass on that reputation.
There have been some good matches - I miss the crowd, but am still enjoying without.
Here's today's lineup:
ARTHUR ASHE STADIUM12:00 PMWOMEN'S SINGLES - QUARTER-FINALSJ. Brady (USA) Y. Putintseva (KAZ) MEN'S SINGLES - QUARTER-FINALSB. Coric (CRO) A. Zverev (GER) ARTHUR ASHE STADIUM7:00 PMWOMEN'S SINGLES - QUARTER-FINALSN. Osaka (JPN) S. Rogers (USA)MEN'S SINGLES - QUARTER-FINALSP. Carreno Busta (ESP) D. Shapovalov (CAN) 
I do think this was a total accident. As to punishment, I do not know all the tennis rules. But being a long time baseball player, this strikes me as being like a batter throwing a bat in anger and hitting another player, or the umpire. There are rules regarding this behavior. And from what I recall as a kid, one of the first rules you learn is, "Don't throw the bat!"
I dont think it would have mattered where she got hit-he would still be out
go Dom Thiem!
It was disappointing that Serena lost, but I've really enjoyed watching Azarenka play throughout the Open. Looking forward to the match with Naomi!
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