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Liam Broady agrees with French Open alcohol ban and believes some fans go to ‘rattle players’ following ‘personal abuse’

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Liam Broady has admitted French Open crowds have been ‘getting out of hand’ as he reacted to the new alcohol ban at the tournament.

The British tennis star, who is ranked no. 5 in the men’s singles, is missing out on this year’s competition at Roland-Garros due to an ankle injury.But the 30-year-old is still keeping up with the second Grand Slam of the year – as well as the unwanted scenes that have occurred since it began.

Belgian player David Goffin said a spectator spat chewing gum at him during his first-round victory over Frenchman Giovanni Mpetshi Perricard.

Then, reigning champion Iga Swiatek criticised spectators for shouting during points following her tense second-round victory against Naomi Osaka.

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