Bad be­hav­iour Play­ers de­faulted from grand slams in the Open era

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John McEnroe

(1990 Aus­tralian Open) Amer­i­can was de­faulted in the fourth round against Mikael Pern­fors af­ter re­ceiv­ing three code vi­o­la­tions for un­sports­man­like con­duct af­ter swear­ing at of­fi­cials and smash­ing his racket

Tim Hen­man

(1995 Wim­ble­don) Hen­man and Jeremy Bates were dis­qual­i­fied af­ter the for­mer hit a ball into the head of a ball girl

Carsten Ar­riens

(1995 French Open) Dis­qual­i­fied af­ter throw­ing his racket and hit­ting a line judge in the an­kle

Jeff Tarango

(1995 Wim­ble­don) Amer­i­can walked off af­ter be­ing given two code vi­o­la­tions for swear­ing and in­sult­ing um­pire Bruno Re­beuh

Ste­fan Koubek

(2000 French Open) Aus­trian was dis­qual­i­fied af­ter hit­ting a ball boy when he threw his racket

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