Sara Errani left Roland very angry with Kiki Bertens.



Definitely, it is the month of insults on the sports fields.

After the state football affair between Alvaro and Neymar, it is the turn of tennis to go about its little verbal scandal.

Indeed, it was damn tight Wednesday at Roland between the Belgian Kiki Bertens and the Italian Sarah Errani.

Already quite annoyed with herself because of a service that was more than faulty, not to say ridiculous, the young Italian from the qualifiers downright cracked at the end of the game when Bertens, collapsed to the ground after winning the match, had to leave of the court on a wheelchair.

😬 Sara Errani in great difficulty serving ... # RG20

🖥️ The match to follow live:

- France tv sport (@francetvsport) September 30, 2020

Without us really knowing who she was addressing, Errani also left the field, throwing a


that we don't really need to translate for you.

The player defended herself from aiming at Bertens, explaining that he



said it quite often on the court.

In Italy, we say that when we are angry.


📽️ Errani vs Bertens: Act 3

😱 Kiki Bertens, exhausted, is evacuated on a wheelchair after her victory in 3 hours against the Italian ... # RG20

- France tv sport (@francetvsport) September 30, 2020

On the other hand, she had less trouble admitting her exasperation against Bertens at a press conference a few minutes later.

Hang in there, it canard live ammunition.

“I don't know how to express it in English, but I don't like being laughed at.

She had an extraordinary match, she was playing very well, but I didn't like the situation very much: after an hour she seemed to be injured and she stopped running.

I didn't like it, she said, obviously very upset.

She left the court on a wheelchair, but now, everything is fine, she is in the changing rooms, she is going to the restaurant… This kind of behavior does not please me ”.


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