Sydney - The father of Australian tennis player Bernard Tomic may be banned from
the season-opening Grand Slam in Melbourne next week but it did not stop
him cheering his son to victory at the Sydney International on Tuesday.
The ATP stripped him of accreditation for events, which entitles him
into official areas, though he was allowed to buy a ticket as a member
of the public at the discretion of the tournament director.
The ATP is expected to consider whether to lift the ban in May.