A Day After Iga Swiatek’s Disapproval of Netflix’s Tennis Docuseries, Aryna Sabalenka Hits Back at the World No. 1

The sports docuseries of F1 on Netflix is a huge hit that the OTT signed up to generate more sports content. This became the pillar for ‘Break Point,’ a tennis docuseries that got mixed reviews. The viewers and players expressed mixed feelings about the cameras following them wherever they went and the constant scrutiny. Iga Swiatek recently opened up about how an episode in which she is having a haircut, accompanied by her sports psychologist, Daria Abramowicz, received online hate.

Netizens thought Abramowicz decided to keep the hair short, but the truth is, Swiatek had a problem with long hair. The Pole revealed that her Sports Psychologist does not influence her decisions and that players have no control over how the show makers edit some scenes. Aryna Sabalenka, on the other hand, holds just the opposite view of Swiatek.

Aryna Sabalenka wonders why the Pole had a negative experience

The Belarusian defeated Ons Jabeur in the quarter-finals of the Cincinnati Masters. She won in straight sets, 5-7, 3-6, after her disappointing exit in the 2nd round of the Canadian Open. Following the match, Sabalenka was asked about her view on Swiatek’s comments about ‘Break Point.’

The Australian Open champion said makers obey the requirements of players and that they have a say in what goes on the show. Sabalenka said, “I know before episode comes out, you watch it with Netflix on Zoom & you can make this adjustment like, ‘I don’t like this, this.’ You can change this, that, or that.”


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