Since then, nothing has been filtered for these well-known guarantees that the UK Government may require. However, Daniil Medvedev remains uncertain about his presence in London at the end of June. Wimbledon is clearly still fully reflected. “”We have noted the UK Government’s guidelines for the participation of Russians and Belarusians in a neutral position in British sporting events.“The All England Club, which hosts this big lawn party, said in a press release on Tuesday.We continue to consult with the British Government, the Lawn Tennis Association and the International Tennis Federation. Wimbledon decisions will be announced before the entry deadline in mid-May.“”
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The ATP and WTA have made Russian athletes play on the circuit, but under a neutral flag, Wimbledon is in the status of an independent tournament, leaving room for players to refuse to draw. “”Private clubs have more freedom as to whether or not to allow players to participate.They are not subject to the same discrimination laws as circuits“The British daily describes the members of the famous All England Lawn Tennis and Croquette Club (AELTC).”If the ATP or WTA takes more drastic steps, Russian players may claim that they cannot make a living without the charge of personal negligence.But that’s not really a problem for Wimbledon.. “
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Today, Wimbledon clearly thinks about it seriously. With a non-significant motive: parts of the kingdom do not want Daniil Medvedev’s success on the London lawn to benefit Vladimir Putin. According to the Telegraph, it provides Russians with an additional “boost”.
The world’s second-largest French Open, currently injured in hernia treatment, may be missing depending on healing time and may be on the London floor, which has never passed the knockout stage. He has repeatedly declared that he only wants “peace,” but the final winner of the US Open will be prevented from practicing his deal for any reason other than him. Like her compatriots and Arina Sabalenka in Belarus.
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