Bertens goes to extremes and wins, but is taken away in a wheelchair | Roland Garros


Sara Errani (150, Jellyfish.)


Kiki Bertens (8, 5)

The Dutch Kiki Bertens (WTA 8) had to go to extremes against the Italian qualifying player Sara Errani to advance to the third round at Roland Garros. Bertens had to leave the court in a wheelchair.

That is called going to the hole. The Dutch Kiki Bertens needed 3 sets against Sara Errani (WTA 150) to reach the third round at Roland Garros.

After the match, which required two marathon sets, Bertens got severe cramps and she had to leave the court, screaming, in a wheelchair.

The Italian was also not happy with the defeat. “Va Fanculo”, it sounded. Bertens sat down and burst into tears.

Bertens leaves the field in a wheelchair

Errani was not too happy after the defeat

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