Gael Monfils disqualified from UTS after a playful exchange with event supervisor

A recent announcement stated that Gael Monfils was eliminated from UTS Oslo following a light incident that resulted in a minor injury to the tournament supervisor.

Gael Monfils Out Of Uts

According to a recent announcement, Gael Monfils was disqualified from UTS Oslo after a playful argument caused a slight injury to the tournament supervisor.

French star Monfils makes headlines frequently for his daring moves. He is gaining attention, though, for rather different reasons. Monfils received a ban from the exhibition match known as the Ultimate Tennis Showdown. Lucas Pouille has taken Monfils’ position in the draw.

The UTS issued a statement: “Yesterday, a playful exchange in the locker room between Gael Monfils and tournament supervisor Stephane Apostolou resulted in a minor injury to the supervisor. UTS is 100% satisfied that there was no malice intended by Gael but because there was an injury sustained by an official, however minor, we felt there was no alternative but to disqualify Gael. Gael accepted the disqualification and he and the supervisor parted ways on friendly terms. See you next time, Gael.”


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Gael Monfils in 2024

Gael Monfils

5 - 6win/loss

I Hard
37 year old
2024 Highlights

Now the world no.70, Monfils played his last match on the 31st of January when he was defeated by world no.71 Flavio Cobolli 6-7(8) 6-3 6-0 in the 1st round in Montpellier (draw).

During this season the French player has a composed 1-3 win-loss record.

Monfils will play next in Rotterdam (ABN AMRO Open). He will start to play the tournament from the main draw that will commence on the 12th of February thanks to a wild card.

Monfils's Record