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Int'l Tennis Federation Suspends Romania Captain Ilie Nastase For Fed Cup Behavior

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 04 / 24 / 17

Romania captain Ilie Nastase has been suspended by the Int'l Tennis Federation over an "incident that left Johanna Konta in tears on Saturday," according to the BBC. In Konta's Fed Cup match against Sorana Cirstea, Nastase was sent off after "swearing at the umpire and abusing Konta and her captain,...

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