After announcing the move on . The 23-year-old woman said last week she would not hold a press conference for. Roland Garros to protect her mental health. I never wante to be distracte,” the four-time winner said. On Sunday, Osaka won her opening match with Romanian Patricia Maria Tig in equal series and was fine $ 15,000 (£ 10,570) for failing to cover the media after the match. Later that day, a statement from the organizers of the Grand Slam said Osaka could be eliminate from the tournament if he continue to avoid them.
That Forced the Player to Announce
That force the player to announce his resignation on Monday, saying he was going to Jamaica Phone Number “take some time off the field now. When the time is right, I really want to work with Tour and discuss ways to improve players, the press and fans,” she adde. Gilles Moretton, president of the French Tennis Federation, said the removal of the second see was “unfortunate. We are sorry and saddene by Naomi,” Moretton adde. “We wish her the best and quickest recovery and hope that. Naomi will be 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 all athletes.
A Situation I Never Imagined
And to continually improving all aspects of the player experience in our tournament. Including with the media, as we have always sought. to do . It simply came to our notice then. I think the best thing about the tournament now. The other players and my well-being is that. I’m leaving so everyone can refocus on the tennis going on in Paris. 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. The truth is that I’ve had long depressive attacks since the US Open in 2018. And I had a very hard time dealing with that.