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“he [Simon] He was confident that the Russians and Belarusians would return to the Olympic Games, and said that this would happen exactly as it is happening now in tennis. He also said that “fair play” and the Olympic principles were not violated, but on the contrary, the fact that they will perform at the Olympics will show that these principles work, that everyone is equal and everyone has the opportunity to perform there. “

Players from Russia and Belarus were allowed to participate in the men’s and women’s tours but without specifying their nationality. Tsurenko had previously asked Simon in January for the WTA to repeat support for the Australian Open, but he “made it clear there would be no help” as she has now requested a conference call with the WTA to discuss future support for the Ukrainian. players.

“How can we understand that our organization is protecting our rights in some way?” I continued. “I just don’t understand how in this world it happened that such things need to be explained, it’s so strange and so painful.”

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