US Open 2019: Mike Bryan fined $10,000 for racquet shooting gesture

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American doubles player Mike Bryan was fined $10,000 (#8,222) for using his racquet to create a shooting gesture at a line judge during the US Open.
The 41-year-old switched his racquet upside down and pointed it after challenging an incorrect call.
It came against Roberto Carballes Baena along with Federico Delbonis during a second-round win for Bryan and brother Bob.
Bryan has since apologised, saying the gesture”was intended to be playful”.
Seven individuals were killed in the newest of a several shootings in Texas to take place in the United States at 2019.
“We won the stage and also the gesture was meant to be playful,” said Bryan in a statement quoted by the New York Times.
“However given the current information and political climate I know the way my gesture could be seen as insensitive. I promise that I shall never do anything like this again.”
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