Fans rip Iga Swiatek’s psychologist: what happened

Iga Swiatek was eliminated by Veronika Kudermetova in the quarterfinals of the WTA tournament in Tokyo. On that occasion, her psychologist ended up in the crossfire of the fans, who reproached her for a gesture considered regrettable by them.



During the match, Daria Abramowicz was using her smartphone. Abramowicz, a tennis psychologist who usually accompanies Swiatek to tournaments, had to face negative comments from fans of the world no.2. They accused her of not caring about the Iga match.




Here are the most significant comments shared by fans on X:

Iga Swiatek’s words
Swiatek will be one of the protagonists of the WTA tournament in Beijing.

The Pole spoke at a press conference on the eve of the Chinese tournament: “I hope playing here for the first time will be nice. Honestly I came here for the first time and I don’t know what will happen. But I’m really excited to play the China Open.



Let’s hope this will be a good week. I think it’s a little easier to go back to the mindset of chasing, it’s something we’ve all done our whole lives.

There is only one tennis player at number one and I think it was more difficult to get used to the first position than to chase, this is the difference I have experienced in the last year and a half.




So a different Iga? I don’t think it will be much different, I feel that I am going in the right direction anyway and these two weeks between training and matches have been very useful for me. In Tokyo I felt rusty, it’s not easy to come back after several weeks of stopping.”

On Chinese culture, the Pole tennis player expplained: “Honestly I spent little time in China and I don’t know Chinese culture well but I’m curious and I’ll see especially at the end of the tournament.




I’m happy to be here, everything looks great. In the next few days I will evaluate this place better, but I have an open and positive mind, I feel really good.”


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