(Sports news, Tennis news) Weekly tennis news from June 7-13: The fact that Rafael Nadal injects anesthetic to treat pain before winning this year’s Roland Garros has sparked a fierce controversy among experts. . Meanwhile, Maria Sharapova appeared with a cheerful face when showing off her “surpassed” pregnant belly.
Sharapova happily showed off her pregnant belly “surpassing”
Recently, on her personal Instagram page, which attracts more than 4.3 million subscribers “Follow”, Maria Sharapova posted a photo of herself wearing sunglasses and smiling brightly in a blue and white plaid dress. showing off her pretty big belly while standing in a garden.
Maria Sharapova shows off her pretty big pregnant belly
Along with that, the “Russian Doll” once of the world’s felt ball village also wrote a caption that cleverly showed that she was still in a pretty good pregnancy: “Which now makes me not need a belt. back again. Please support these days!”
It is known that the child that Sharapova is pregnant is the common child between her and fiance, British millionaire Alexander Gilkes.
Nadal injected the “magic potion” to win Roland Garros: Ironic sports star
Video of Rafael Nadal receiving this year’s Roland Garros men’s singles championship trophy:
To temporarily overcome the pain caused by a chronic left foot injury, Rafael Nadal decided to have an anesthetic injection when he attended Roland Garros last year, where he won the 14th championship and won the 22nd Grand Slam of his career.
Driver Guillaume Martin is upset because Rafael Nadal is favored with anesthetic injections to compete at Roland Garros 2022
Speaking on Swiss TV channel RTS, Olivier Niggli – Director General of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) said that Nadal’s use of anesthetics to put his injury into a state of “sleeping” is a measure. valid law.
“Nadal has won 14 titles at Roland Garros. And if he won the previous 13 titles without those injections, chances are the 14th won’t be thanks to them either,” Niggli said.
However, according to some famous cyclists of the cycling village, an anesthetic injection like the way Nadal has just done will be considered doping if it is applied in cycling races.
French driver Thibaut Pinot mocked Nadal when commenting “Heroes of today” in response to a tweet on Twitter that mentioned Nadal’s anesthetic injection to compete at Roland Garros 2022.
Meanwhile, another cyclist, Guillaume Martin, told L’Equipe: “What Nadal has done is not allowed in cycling and I see that people still consider it as normal (in tennis)”.
Martin continued: “If you’re sick or injured and you can’t go to a race or a tournament, that means a lot to me for a number of reasons. Firstly, for the health of athletes. In the long run, I’m not sure if that will have any effect on Nadal’s ankle.
“Moreover, drugs and especially injections do not only have a therapeutic effect. They can certainly have an effect on performance or improve athletic performance. So, to me, that seems a lot off the limit.”
“If a cyclist did the same thing, he or she would have been banned. But even if it weren’t for such a punishment, people would still rush to see that athlete as a doping user because there is such a cultural background, clichés are always associated with the athlete. bicycle racing”.
“Meanwhile, people praise Nadal for his ability to overcome pain. I believe Zlatan Ibrahimovic also talked about injecting painkillers into his knee. They overcame pain like heroes, but in reality, they just used compounds to numb the pain and, again, that went too far.”
“Winners in cycling, especially in the Tour de France, even if they don’t involve drugs, they can still be accused of systematic doping,” Martin said. Compare that with the case of Nadal.
Federer revealed a surprise about watching Nadal beat Djokovic
In this year’s Roland Garros men’s singles quarterfinal match on June 1, Rafael Nadal defeated Novak Djokovic 6-2, 4-6, 6-2, 7-6 (4) to avenge his loss to this opponent in the semifinals of the year. last. The great battle on the court Philippe Chatrier (Paris, France) lasted until 4 hours 12 minutes and ended only at 1:15 am on the morning of June 2 (local time).
Federer revealed that he stayed up late to watch Nadal beat Djokovic
Recently, Roger Federer revealed that although he missed the Roland Garros final between Rafael Nadal and Casper Ruud, he still stayed up late to watch the match Nadal beat Djokovic before going to bed.
“I don’t watch the final, but I do watch the quarter-final between Nadal and Djokovic for a bit before going to bed,” Federer told Tennis World USA.
“Bad boy” Kyrgios is angry because the fans insulted him
Video of the Stuttgart Open 2022 semi-final between Andy Murray and Nick Kyrgios:
After losing to Andy Murray 6-7 (5), 2-6 in the semi-finals of the ATP 250 tournament on the Stuttgart Open field on June 11, Nick Kyrgios posted on his personal Instagram page revealing his frustration when he was beaten by many fans. in the stands of the Center of Racism.
Nick Kyrgios is frustrated because many fans make racist comments about him
Australian tennis’ “bad boy” wrote: “When will this stop? How do you deal with racial slurs from the crowd? I understand that my behavior is not always the best, but comments like these are unacceptable. When I retaliated against the crowd, I was punished. It’s chaotic.”
Medvedev soon got into trouble at the Halle Open
After shockingly losing to Dutch opponent Tim van Ritjthoven 4-6, 1-6 in the final of the Rosmalen Grass Court Championships, Daniil Medvedev will leave the Netherlands to fly to Germany to attend the ATP 500 Halle Open (January 13-19). 6). Right in the first round, world No. 2 Medvedev will have to face David Goffin when the Belgian general eliminated him at Wimbledon 2019 after 5 dramatic sets.
Daniil Medvedev soon encounters David Goffin when he starts at the Halle Open 2022
This year’s Halle Open also features Stefanos Tsitsipas, Andrey Rublev, Felix Auger-Aliassime, Hurbert Hurkacz, Pablo Carreno Busta, Roberto Bautista Agut or Karen Khachanov.
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