‘Weak leadership’ [in women’s tennis], winning Wimbledon ‘not the greatest experience,’ says Elena Rybakina

Wimbledon champion Elena Rybakina has hit out on the “weak management” on girls’s tour in tennis and mentioned that profitable the most important title of her profession was “not the best expertise”.

The rationale for her disillusionment is that she couldn’t garner any rating factors from Wimbledon because the event was stripped off factors as they’d banned Russian and Belarusian gamers. She feels as if she seems like “I’m not the Wimbledon champion”.

“I might say [winning Wimbledon] was an ideal achievement for me. However experience-wise I might say it was not the best,” she mentioned. “I’m tremendous pleased with my workforce, after all.”

Rybakina has dropped to twenty fifth on this planet as a result of rating factors weren’t awarded and is seeded twenty fifth on the US Open.

She went on to query the way in which the tour is organised. “I believe that is the issue of the construction of the tour. Actually, a bit weak management as a result of we now have so many issues occurring. It was my dream to win Wimbledon.

Rybakina, 23, a Russian-born participant who moved to Kazakhstan was the shock winner at Wimbledon after she beat the Tunisian Ons Jabeur.

“After all, it’s not good. However in the long run I do know the purpose is to win. It offers extra motivation, carry on profitable … It’s a pity. I really feel like I’m not the Wimbledon champion.”

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