Jack Draper Fined for Aggressive Behavior at Queen’s ATP Championship

Jack Draper Fined for Aggressive Behavior at Queen’s ATP Championship Young tennis player Jack Draper of Britain is reportedly fined £400 for behaving aggressively against his opponent during the Queen’s ATP Championship.

Jack Draper Fined for Aggressive Behavior at Queen’s ATP Championship Young tennis player Jack Draper of Britain is reportedly fined £400 for behaving aggressively against his opponent during the Queen’s ATP Championship.

The final round of the grass court competition has come to a close as the surviving players compete for the championship. For many years, the tournament has been regarded as the ideal way to be ready for the year’s third Grand Slam.

Players from all across the world will compete for the ultimate prize in Wimbledon 2024, which is scheduled to start on July 1. Tommy Paul of the United States defeated Jack Draper, who has recently gained attention in the men’s tennis world, 6-3, 5-7, 6-4 in the competition’s quarterfinal on Friday.

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When Paul led 5-3 in the third set, that’s when the incident happened. Enraged, Jack Draper snatched up the ball and slammed it into the heavens. As to the most recent news, the child is now going to be fined £400. The young talent from Sutton, who achieved some amazing results in his latest performance, will be somewhat satisfied with the outcome.

In the round of 16, Jack Draper upset Carlos Alcaraz, the current world number three and a young tennis star from Spain, in straight sets, 7-6, 6-3, before falling to Paul in the quarterfinal. Before that, the rising star from Britain won the title in Stuttgart after defeating Matteo Berrettini of Italy in the championship match by a score of 3-6, 7-6, 6-4.

However, Paul’s performance was outstanding and he will be looking to capture a title this year after securing his spot in an event quarterfinal for the fifth time in 2024. In the last four semifinals, the New Jersey native has won two and lost two times. He was defeated by Daniil Medvedev of Russia in the Indian Wells final four and by Nicolas Jarry of Chile in the Rome Open semifinal.

Jack Draper Stuns Wimbledon Champ Alcaraz at Queen’s Club

Jack Draper Stuns Wimbledon Champ Alcaraz at Queen's Club
Jack Draper (Image: X)

Wimbledon champion Carlos Alcaraz was stunned by 22-year-old Jack Draper of Great Britain in the second round of the Queen’s Club ATP 500 tournament in London on Thursday, June 20. Alcaraz was beaten in straight sets in an adrenaline-pumping match with the London crowd rooting for the local hero, who had been on a dream run on grass.

The defeat ended Carlos Alcaraz’s 13-match unbeaten run on grass that stretched from last year’s Queen’s. The Spaniard won the ATP 500 tournament in London before he won the Wimbledon crown last year. Alcaraz had survived a tough test in the opening round against Francisco Cerundolo earlier in the week and looked battle-ready for his title defence. However, Jack Draper’s ability was too good for the World No. 2.

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