Bertens in wheelchair from the court, co-star: “She’s kidding me” | Roland Garros

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Sara Errani (150, Jellyfish.)

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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 and in a wheelchair.

The Italian was also not happy with the defeat. “Vaffanculo”, was the voice of the finalist in 2012. Bertens sat down and burst into tears.

Errani: “Not nice if someone makes fun of you”, Bertens: “She was frustrated with herself”

Errani still hadn’t cooled off after the game. “I don’t like it when someone makes fun of me. Bertens played a great game, but I don’t like the situation.”

“One hour she is injured, then she can walk again. Now she is perfectly in the changing room and in the restaurant again. I didn’t think that was a good attitude.”

Bertens reacted disappointed to Errani’s excesses, who denied having cursed the Dutch. “Of course it is not nice to hear”, says Bertens. “But I don’t want to take it too personally, I understand her frustrations.”

“I think she’s frustrated with herself that she couldn’t win the game.”

Bertens leaves the field in a wheelchair

Errani was not too happy after the defeat





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