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Tennis-ATP got the Kyrgios ban right, says Woodbridge

MELBOURNE, Oct 18 (Reuters) - The ATP has rarely garnered praise for its handling of misconduct but former doubles great and Tennis Australia (TA) official Todd Woodbridge believes the players' association hit the mark with the suspension of wayward talent Nick Kyrgios.
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