Many athletes – both tennis and tennis – supporte Osaka’s position when it announce it on Wednesday, although many said talking to the media was “part of the job. Grand Slam rules stipulate that players can be fine up to $ 20,000 (£ 14,160) for breaching media obligations, and the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) says players are “responsible for their sport and their fans” to speak out. competition with the media. After the victory over Tiga, Osaka attende a regular court interview with the winner. Later on Sunday, the organizers of the four Grand Slams issue a joint statement saying Osaka could face.
History So Far
Representatives of the Grand Slam adde that after Osaka’s announcement on. Wednesday, Roland Garros’ teams had aske them to reconsider Kazakhstan Phone Number their position and trie unsuccessfully to check their well-being. After the “lack of involvement” from Osaka, the organizers of the Grand Slam wrote to offer her support and “remind her of their commitments. In response, the two-time Australian Open champion wrote on Twitter: Anger is a lack of understanding. Changes make people uncomfortable.
A Situation I Never Imagined
We are sorry and saddene by Naomi,” Moretton adde. “We wish her the best and quickest recovery and hope. As well as that Naomi will able to participate in our tournament next year. Like all Grand Slam players, the. WTA, the ATP and the ITF, we are still very committe to ensuring the well-being of. Together with all athletes and to continually improving all aspects of the player experience in our tournament, including with the media, as we have always sought. to do. I never wante to be distracte and I agree that my time was not ideal and my message could have been clearer. More importantly, I should never undermine mental health or take it lightly.