Kosztyuk also received criticism for his strong tone, and according to his own admission, the thought of suicide crossed his mind in April.
It is not surprising that her development was also broken, but she is still in the top 100, in the sixty-fifth place in the world ranking of female tennis players.
Since the outbreak of the war, neither Russian nor Belarusian tennis players have been matched by fate in singles, but in doubles in May, in Rome, they could only last one set against the Russian duo of Kugermetova and Pavlyuchenkova before mentally breaking down.
Not long ago he stated more decisively:
I can win the war by defeating the Russian players
Well, in the second round of the US Open, her opponent from Belarus will be former two-time Australian Open winner Viktorija Azarenka. Unlike Kosztyuk, the thirty-three-year-old player received attacks not for his activity, but for his passivity after the outbreak of the war, as a result of which he was temporarily removed from the platforms, and he even burst into tears on the tennis court.
Azarenka spoke out against the war when it broke out and would have played at a charity event prior to the US Open, but the US Tennis Association revoked the Belarusian’s invitation precisely because of Kostyuk’s complaint.
Source: Magyar Nemzet by magyarnemzet.hu.
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