Updated Thursday, June 8, 2023 –
The Japanese won the mixed doubles title at Roland Garros, four days after being disqualified from the women’s doubles for accidentally hitting a ball boy with the ball.
“It’s been a mental challenge these last few days after my unfair disqualification from the women’s doubles.” This is how the statement said that the Japanese Miyu Kato read at Philippe Chatrier just days after being disqualified from the women’s doubles tournament at Roland Garros. This Thursday he won the mixed final with the German Tim Puetzwho is also his coach, and took the opportunity to request compensation for that decision.
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Controversy over the disqualification of the Japanese Kato after an involuntary ball hit a ball boy
After winning the ‘super tie break’ of the final against the couple formed by Bianca Andreescu and Michael Venusby 4-6, 6-4 and 10-6, the Japanese wanted to settle accounts with the organizers, whom they held responsible for their disqualification in the round of 16 of the women’s double against the Spanish Sara Sorribes and the Czech Marie Bouzkova.
“The messages of support I received have helped me win this mixed race,” said the Japanese woman. She added that she hopes to repeat the match in which she was disqualified and announced that she has requested a refund of the prize money and points that were deducted from her for that incident. “I hope to be able to play again with Aldila against Sorribes and Bouzkova. I have made an appeal to get my points, my money and my reputation back,” she said.
Kato was disqualified after, after a point, she threw a ball against one of the funds and hit a ball boy, who began to cry.
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