British Johanna Konta commented on the possible abolition of Wimbledon.
“Of course, this will be a sad event, but given the situation in the world, I doubt that it will greatly change my lifestyle. I will still stay at home with a guy and a dog, communicate with loved ones using FaceTime and try to keep fit.
The hardest thing was to recover from the shock after the cancellation of the competition in Indian Wells. And after the cancellation of the entire dirt season, it became clear that events in the world will affect tennis. Everything happened very quickly and shook the whole system. Many were shocked by changes in their usual lives.
Now no tennis player earns income. Our salaries were reduced by 100%. We all try to help the team and do not go broke. Now a support system for players is being developed, but even if it is created, it will be minimal. This is a very deplorable situation, especially for low-rated players, “Standard quotes Konta.
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