Queen's disqualification shock
David Nalbandian was disqualified from the Aegon Championships final, after injuring a line judge when kicking an advertising board.
The Argentinian, looking for his first grass-court title, took the first set in the Queen's showpiece against Marin Cilic after winning the tie break 7-3. But Cilic fought back in the second set and broke his opponent in the seventh game, much to the frustration of Nalbandian, who reacted by kicking a board in front of a line judge. The official suffered a cut leg in the incident and, under ATP Tour rules, the umpire had to issue a code violation to Nalbandian and hand the match and title to Cilic. A full house at Queen's Club showed their frustration at the decision by booing at the early end, while Nalbandian was left frustrated by the whole situation. The 2002 Wimbledon finalist said: "Sometimes we feel the pressure from the ATP. It is a mistake and I have to pay for that. Everybody makes mistakes. I didn't feel it had to end like that, especially not a final. I am very sorry."