Madness at Wimbledon: Paula Badosa teased in the press-conference!

It was sensational what happened at the Wimbledon press-conference

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Madness at Wimbledon: Paula Badosa teased in the press-conference!

It was sensational what happened at the Wimbledon press-conference. The second round match between Paula Badosa and Marta Kostyuk lasted just 26 minutes. The Spaniard, struggling with various physical back problems, returned to the courtdirectly at Wimbledon after losing in the quarterfinals at the Internazionali BNL d'Italia.

At the end of a rather negative first set, Badosa decided to give up so as not to put her body at risk. The press conference of the player born in 1997 experienced a moment of tension when a journalist literally said to her: "Congratulations for the victory."

Madness at Wimbledon: Paula Badosa teased in the press-conference!

Badosa replied controversially and specified: "I lost. FYI, I just lost. I did not win. I am not feeling in my best shape and have withdrawn. I was hoping to experience better sensations”. Badosa explained that she will not be able to participate in the mixed doubles tournament with Stefanos Tsitsipas, her new boyfriend: "No, no, I can't.

The injury is the same one I've been struggling with for the last few weeks. It's a stress fracture. I did my best to try and play here, but yesterday when I woke up after the match at first round, I experienced negative sensations.

So I'll need a few days off, I'll talk to my team and see what I'll do in the next few days and weeks." Tsitsipas, after losing the second set against Andy Murray, left the court for a long toilet break. The Greek was greeted by boos when he returned to Center Court.

"I wasn't there. I don't know what happened. I left right then, so I don't know what you're talking about," said the Spanish tennis player, present in the Tsitsipas box last night with the Greek's family. Tsitsipas has then won in 5 epic sets the match against Murray.

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