Tennis. Wimbledon – Zverev, annoyed by Fritz’s girlfriend: “An exaggerated attitude”

Tennis. Wimbledon – Zverev, annoyed by Fritz’s girlfriend: “An exaggerated attitude”
Tennis. Wimbledon – Zverev, annoyed by Fritz’s girlfriend: “An exaggerated attitude”

The tension was present at Wimbledon Monday evening. Novak Djokovic did not hesitate to tackle the public after his success against Holger Rune. The match between Alexander Zverev et Taylor Fritz was also electric. The German was knocked down while leading two sets to zero, 4-6, 6-7(4), 6-4, 7-6(3), 6-3. A frustrating defeat because Zverev suffered from his knee. In addition, he was particularly annoyed by the box of Fritzand more specifically the attitude of the American’s girlfriend, Morgan Riddle.

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“There are other people outside the tennis world who may not have seen many matches.”

The latter also posted this on Instagram after her lover’s victory: “When my man wins for women”. Reference to the domestic violence case between Zverev and his ex-partner Brenda Pateaended with an amicable agreement. “His team is extremely respectful: the coach, the assistant coach, the physiotherapist… I think there are other people outside the tennis world who maybe haven’t seen many matches. Their attitude was very exaggerated.”tackled Zverev in front of journalists, specifying all the same afterwards that there was “no problem” with Fritz.

“I have bone edema and a torn knee capsule”

“I know what I have”also specified Zverev regarding his knee.”I had an MRI before the match and I have bone edema and a torn knee capsule. Yesterday I couldn’t train, I couldn’t even walk normally. Today I felt much better and that’s why I went on the court. I knew that this year I had a good chance to do something big at Wimbledon, I’ve never felt better on these courts, I think I played my best tennis on grass. I gave it my all, I wanted to fight until the end and I’m proud of what I did” he said before being asked about recovery times before the Paris 2024 Olympics. “There are three weeks left, from what I’m told, it will be sorted by then.”

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