Kale World No. 1, Supervisor at French Open Says Women’s Tennis Has No Little ‘Attraction’

PARIS (AP) – Amelie Mauresmo, formerly No. One athlete, who is in her first year as a female wrestler in the French Open, said Wednesday that nine out of 10 nights at Roland Garros also affected men’s sports because women’s tennis currently does not have a few “attractions”.

Speaking at a press conference for the second week to cover the Grand Slam court race, Mauresmo said she was trying every day to find a group of women who had star-studded power or the need to re-examine another category that had begun. 8:45 pm in Court Philippe Chatrier.

“I must admit it was difficult,” says Mauresmo, 42, in France.

No. The 1st mother, Iga Swiatek, said after winning a quarterback in Paris on Wednesday that she had found what Mauresmo called “disappointing and strange.”


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