Taised by Toni Nadal, the former coach of the King of Roland-Garros, the fiery Avignonnais didn’t want to gas the controversy.
Recent media releases by Benoit Paire do speak. And not solely in France. Toni Nadal, the uncle of the man with 20 Grand Slam titles, even spoke about it on the radio Antena 3 Desportes: “All this does not do tennis honor. These statements are not correct. It also symbolizes despite everything the little interest we give in our society to the value of the effort. He would have done better to keep it to himself because it tarnishes the image of tennis. ” The Avignon resident obviously does not want to fuel the controversy. On his account twitter, Thursday evening, he even expressed his respect for the uncle and ex-coach of the Spanish legend. “I’m going to do no controversy, tweeted the French tennis player. I respect Toni Nadal enormously for the person he is and what he has brought to tennis. ”
For Benoit Paire, the hour seems to be low profile. A l‘Team, l’Avignonnais had confided: “I arrive, I take some cash and I’m going to the subsequent match: I do my job. What is stunning about the present circuit is that there’s a lot of revenue to be misplaced. There, in case you win an ATP 250, you solely pocket $ 30,000 (25,000 euros). Me, with bye (first spherical exemptions, editor’s notice), I took 10,000 (8,400 euros) every time, shedding straight. Why tear your self away like loopy to earn barely extra? ” This new provocative and cynical outing has clearly not handed into the world of the little yellow ball. And it isn’t simply Toni Nadal to be irritated by the Frenchman’s verbal provocations.
Andy Roddick and Brad Gilbert additionally tackled the Frenchman
Recently, personalities like Brad Gilbert, Andy Roddick and Kim Clijsters launched a debate on Twitter a few doable high quality to be imposed on the Avignon resident for his lack of involvement on and off the courts. “He could be fined for his performances and Twitter“, had let go of Brad Gilbert, the former coach of André Agassi. “In tennis, there is rightly a set of minimum exertion expectations if one chooses to enter the court. I wish him the best to find a solution, ”continued the former world number one Roddick.