The fact that Wimbledon has lifted the ban on Russian and Belarusian tennis players has meant that players of these nationalities can now play any tournament in the world. This measure has been celebrated by a large part of the dressing room, but it has also generated rejection from another party, such as the case of Peter Kvitovwho has publicly acknowledged that he was grateful that Wimbledon vetoed their entry and that he considers that they should not be in the next Olympic Games, since the war does not go with the spirit of the sport. A statement that the tennis player has thanked Alexander Dolgopolovvery active on social networks since the invasion of his town began.
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Thank you @Petra_Kvitova https://t.co/WCnQM5JOFM
— Alex Dolgopolov (@TheDolgo) April 1, 2023