The annoying question: Is excluding Russians and Belarusians from Wimbledon a good decision?
An earthquake in the world of the little yellow ball. The two international tennis bodies had therefore decided to strike hard. While, as defending champion, he is the one who has the most to lose in terms of points, the “Djoker”, former president of the ATP players’ council and founder of the Professional Tennis Players Association, who has already had to resolve to lose his 2,000 points that he defended at the Australian Open at the start of the season following the controversy created following his choice not to be vaccinated, one would have thought that he would disapprove of the choice of ATP.
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[L’organisation de Wimbledon] didn’t talk to anyone at the ATP, or even among the players, to find out if a solution could be found. So I think it was the wrong decision
And the Serb to extend his thought: “A few days ago, I saw that a document from the English government gave several options (at Wimbledon concerning the sanctions to be adopted). There was not only this solution on the table. nobody from the ATP or among the individual players, even the Russians or the Belarusians, to find out if a compromise or a solution could be found. So I think it was the wrong decision.”.
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