July 2, 2022

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Another tennis player analyzes the descent from Wimbledon

Another tennis player analyzes the descent from Wimbledon

The debate continues and seems endless. A month ago, Wimbledon Announced Tennis players from Russia and Belarus banned from competing between them due to the invasion of Ukraine. Then came the rejection ATP s Women’s Tennis Association. As a last resort, the men’s and women’s tennis associations have jointly decided that British majors do not award ranking pointsIn order not to harm the tennis players from the above-mentioned countries who cannot participate.

Recently, the possibility of reward reduction for players is also being analyzed. Italian Fabio Fogninumber 51 in the standings, and won his first appearance in Roland Garros (in three sets against Australian Alexei Popirin) and according to his style, he did not want to remain silent on the topic of the moment: “It is rumored and I have also heard that they may reduce the prize money. If this happens, considering that I do not get along well with the grass, then during these two weeks I will be able to take my family to Formentera (a Spanish island).”

British Cameron NorrieNo. 11 do not agree with the decision It is believed that many players will not presently say: “Wimbledon is still a special event, but I think there will be a lot of casualties. Especially those who don’t care much about money.”

The expectation is still lurking. Less and less before Wimbledon begins (June 27 – July 10). However, it is still too early to tell what will happen to the more traditional tournaments. One thing is for sure: this tournament will go down in history as one of the most controversial in tennis history.

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Thus, the situation is not positive for the London Grand Slam legend. If there is no return to the veto, it will be a certain tournament, with injuries and moves of all kinds…