"Two of Britain's top juniors have been suspended for "unprofessional behaviour" and "lack of discipline".
BBC Sport understands David Rice, the second-best British junior, and Naomi Broady, the national Under-18 champion, have had their funding withdrawn."
I do despair about the state of British tennis if the actions of the above two players amongst others is the norm. Andy Murray has commented that in his earlier days whilst abroad he did get upto mischief but now he doesn't. I wonder how many of the other juniors get up to this kind of thing. Where's the dedication, the will to win etc. People can slag off Henman all they like but we'll miss his professionalism. I hope that the withdrawl of funding to Rice and Broady acts as a wake up call to the other youngsters who were warned about their conduct.