Dominique Monami is hard on the organization of Roland Garros. “Paris is a red zone, which increases the health risk,” says the former Belgian tennis player in La Dernière Heure, among others. Roland Garros is currently underway. The tournament ends on October 11th.
The tennis players themselves also criticized the tournament. They are cold during the game. Normally Roland Garros takes place in the spring. Now the players are confronted with autumn weather and they are not used to that.
According to Monami, the tennis players have the right to complain. “The tournament should never have taken place. The Roland Garros organization has decided on its own to set a new date for the tournament. The calendar doesn’t make sense. Paris is a red zone, which increases the health risk. ”
Monami also agrees with Fernando Verdasco. “The Spaniard was the victim of abuse of professional earnestness. In Rome he tested negative. In Paris his test was positive. He asked for a retest, but the request was denied. Once he got retested at home, the result was negative. It is a pity that he did not get a second chance from the Paris organization ”, said Monami. Record winner Rafael Nadal also had comments. He thought it was too cold and had trouble with the balls that were too heavy.
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