The father of Australian tennis player Bernard Tomic was handed an eight-month jail term in Spain Friday for assaulting his son's training partner.
John Tomic leaves the courthouse in Madrid after his trial on July 22. A Spanish judge on Friday handed an eight-month jail sentence to John Tomic, father of Australian tennis player Bernard Tomic, for assaulting his son's French training partner in Madrid.
John Tomic was sentenced for the assault outside a Madrid hotel in May, in which he broke Thomas Drouet's nose and knocked him out, the court said in a written judgement.
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