Paire explodes with the Rome Masters: "Shit programming"

The French tennis player, who could not compete in the US Open due to coronavirus, criticized the tournament organization for playing on Monday when he asked to play on Tuesday.


The final draw of the 1000 Masters in Rome starts this Monday at the Foro Italico in the capital and will not be without controversy due to the schedules of the matches of the day.One of the harshest criticisms has been that of the French tennis player Benoit Paire, who arrived in the Roman capital to play the tournament after not being able to compete in the US Open after testing positive for coronavirus.

Paire will debut this Monday against Italian Jannik Sinner. A fact that the French tennis player did not like at all, who requested to play on Tuesday to be able to train after arriving from New York after passing the quarantine and who charged harshly against the tournament organization for putting his match for this Monday. "SHIT SCHEDULE !!! Thank you 1000 Masters from Rome. I made a request to play on Tuesday to have one more day of training after arriving from New York and as I play against an Italian you will put the match on Monday !!" He wrote the French along with the hashtags #super #BRAVO, #goodjob (good job) and #notfair (not fair), in addition to mentioning the ATP to keep track of the situation.

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