Sergiy Stakhovsky was not impressed that Janko Tipsarevic and Viktor Troicki agreed to participate in a Russian exhibition held in St. Petersburg.
On Thursday, Stakhovsky posted screenshots of his chat with former Serbian tennis stars Tipsarevic and Troicki. From April 1 to 4, the Trophies of Northern Palmyra 2022 tournament takes place in Saint Petersburg.
L’événement réunit principalement des joueurs russes tels que Aslan Karatsev, Nikolay Davydenko, Evgeny Donskoy, Anastasia Potapova, Anastasia Gasanova, Anastasia Myskina, Svetlana Kuznetsova, Elena Vesnina, Kamilla Rakhimova et Vitalia Diatchenko.
The non-Russian players participating in the tournament are Tipsarevic, Troicki, Laslo Djere, Marton Fucsovics, Pedro Martinez, Anna Bondar and Yulia Putintseva.
Stakhovsky has harsh words for Tipsarevic and Troicki
“Disappointing Victor to see you in Russia.
But I guess money can buy everything,” Stakhovsky’s message to Troicki read. Troicki replied, “Being in my grandparents’ country is priceless! You’re an Instagram clown who confused money and politics.
It has nothing to do with the war, but since you mentioned it, me and my country went through all these hardships and never received any support! So please shut the fuck up (clown emoji)”
In response to Troicki’s post, Stakhovsky said, “Lovely, enjoy. Better to be (an) Instagram clown defending your country, than (to) be a Russian bitch.” In his message to Janko Tipsarevic, Stakhovsky wrote: “Disappointed Janko, very disappointing to see you in Russia.
I guess money (is) above morality. It’s your choice.” Tipsarevic reacted strongly: “Really? How about this, Mr. Instagram, freedom fighter. Did you or any of your fucking family boycott or protest in any way when NATO forces bombed my country, my family and my people 20 years ago? year.”
Stakhovsky then ended the conversation by sarcastically telling Tipsarevic to enjoy his money: “Enjoy the money. Freedom fighter on Instagram. Nice of you.”
Stakhovsky, whose only appearance in 2022 was in Australian Open qualifying, returned to Ukraine after Russian aggression began.