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Roger Federer has been dragged into the dramatic saga, after world No 1 Novak Djokovic was booted out of the Grand Slam in dramatic fashion when he swiped a ball to the back of the court, only for it to strike official Laura Clark in the throat. Officials decided to disqualify Djokovic.

But days on from the controversial incident, fans have been quick to slam the decision by reminding that Federer was involved in a similar incident 14 years ago at the Australian Open when he accidentally hit a ball boy.

The Swiss tennis star didn’t receive a code violation and the situation was laughed off, by the ball boy also, at the time.

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