Australia’s top-ranked tennis player Bernard Tomic has had his Miami court date pushed back to after the US Open.
The matter was originally set for Monday (Tuesday AEST) in a court in Miami’s Richard E. Gerstein Justice Building, but it has been reset for September 21.
The US Open, where Tomic will play his first round match against Bosnia’s Damir Dzumhur on Tuesday, concludes on September 13.
Tomic was charged in July with resisting a police officer without violence and trespassing after allegedly partying and playing loud music in a $US7000-a-night ($A9,785) Miami Beach W Hotel penthouse.
After other guests complained, police allege Tomic pointed his finger aggressively at hotel security officers and dismissed police requests to leave the penthouse at about 5.30am.