Jenson Brooksby says he is ‘very disappointed’ with the decision of the International Tennis Integrity Agency (ITIA) to suspend him from the Tour for 18 months. ...
Jenson Brooksby set up a semi-final with compatriot Frances Tiafoe in Atlanta after knocking out six-time champion John Isner.
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The governing body says that want to ensure the rulebook ‘provides appropriate and up-to-date penalties for repeat offenders.’
The former top 20 player speak out about a racket-throwing incident involving his American peer at the Miami Masters.
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The Greek believes there is no particular aspect of Brooksby’s game which makes him a difficult player despite losing to him.