There are so wonderful in the south of France. They have Nice and Cannes and Monte Carlo. The riviera is just lovely.
So lovely that you can't say no, if there were to be an invitation to a party with the young, rich, beautiful and famous people.
Alexander Zverev was actually passed in isolation. He had even written it on the social media. So by all that it applies. For the German tennis champion had been one of them, who had been so stupid as to accept Novak Djokovic’ invitationsturnering Adria Tour, where for now to have a little fun in coronapandemien and the risk of contamination.
Dusan Tommy, Viktor Troicki, Grigor Dimitrov, Filip Krajinovic, Dominic Thiem, Alexander Zverev and Novak Djokovic at the Adria Tour. Several of the players subsequently tested positive with corona. Photo: Andrej Isakovic/AFP/Ritzau Scanpix
Zverev was not infected, but it was good enough many others were. Especially because they partied loose up to the start of the tournament. Djokovic was infected. It was his wife also. And several other of the stars.
Zverev, however, was responsible, he thought. He went into isolation to protect his world, if he now had been infected.
Gravely, and adult.
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It was 23. June. A Tuesday.
a Few days later he had been enough in isolation. May his own reasoning to have been.
For he could not restrain himself. A new invitation, this time to luksusparty with the same young, rich, beautiful and famous people, was more than he could stand.
As the clip, which (unfortunate for Zverev) has emerged on the social media, from the party shows, it looks really nice out. There is dancing and food, something in the glasses and music. Probably music, as the present think of. And the weather is good.
Alexander Zverev: "I will proceed two follow self-isolating guidelines,"— We Are Tennis (@WeAreTennis) June 29, 2020
Also Alexander Zverev:
(via @BenRothenberg) pic.twitter.com/Uxl976RaS6
But the clips are, as it's linen, and should, have cropped up on Twitter and Instagram. Among other things, with the u.s. tennisjournalist Ben Rothenberg, who, as the most natural thing in the world has sent it on to its almost 80.000 followers on Twitter.
There is a clip filmed by the German fashion designer Philipp Plein, where Zverev enjoying themselves. And there is even a clip filmed from the opposite end of the table, which shows the Plein film and Zverev dance on.
There is no doubt that this was a video of Zverev from today, no matter how many deletions/misdirects are attempted by Monégasque misfits.— Ben Rothenberg (@BenRothenberg) June 28, 2020
Here's another angle I was late (which has also since been deleted from an instastory after being posted today).https://t.co/Zq0hfyu5bI https://t.co/yj1HlwkS5B pic.twitter.com/TRXUZmdjdf
in Addition to the expected criticism from the tennisfans around the world have Zverevs inclinations to party and selfishness, as well as Adria The existence scored, the debate on the rest of the season to continue unabated.
Several of the organizers of upcoming tournaments have guaranteed that their tournaments, of course, can not be compared with Djokovic, but there is also a debate whether it is at all safe to resume the season, when there is clear evidence that even the biggest stars can't remain calm.
Tennisjournalisten Reem Abulleil, who writes for the news agency AFP and The newspaper The National, writes:
- we Can rely on, that players and members of their teams adhere to the regulations and security protocols at tournaments, when it all begins again?
- as long As the players as the world number seven, Alexander Zverev, continues to tea, as if there are no consequences of the actions, how can a tournament be sure that the safety can be used for anything?
She suggests that the ATP and the WTA Tour is looking into the possibility to assign fines, as well as adding a section on social distance in regelbøgerne.
the Foregoing Rothenberg is quite agree:
- My concern is not whether there can be reservations (at tournaments, red.), but too many players are too self-centered and not aware of how to behave, he writes.
Always vocal Nick Kyrgios has also sent a broadside against Zverev.
- Sascha Zverev again, man. Again, again, how selfish can you be? If you have the courage to write, that you go into isolation for 14 days and apologize to the public to take chances with their health, so have at least the courage to be within in 14 days.
- Keep your mouth shut, man. It pisses me off. This here tennisverden pisses me off. Seriously. How selfish can you be, thunders Kyrgios in a clip, he himself has laid out.
Here's the @NickKyrgios response so many of y'all were clamoring for. I think he delivered.— Ben Rothenberg (@BenRothenberg) June 29, 2020
But to me the silence of the other 100+ ATP players is far louder and more telling. pic.twitter.com/guj2JjRZuS
You can think what you like about the australian spradebasse. But he has good enough a point. And his opinions and the courage to say them evoke recognition around the sport.
there are not many like him.
- It is alarming how few high-profile members of the tour, who dare to open their mouth about it here. He dares to make those players accountable, writes Reem Abulleil.
the ATP Tour begins in mid-august in the UNITED states with the Washington Open, followed by the Cincinnati Masters before the US Open scheduled to run from 31. august.
the WTA Tour opens in Palermo, 3. august, followed by Prague Open, in the stands at the Cincinnati Masters and the US Open synchronously with the men.
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