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Offbeat Tennis Profi with a verbal derailment at

14:21  29 july  2021
14:21  29 july  2021 Source:   sport1.de

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at the Olympic Tennis Tournament Fabio Fognini flip during a game. After that, the Italian apologizes - and calls the enormous heat as a reason.

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Tennis Bad Boy Fabio Fognini has made a verbal derailment in his Olympics in Tokyo.

In his three-way defeat against Daniil Medvedev from Russia, the Italian had repaid after several failed Returns "Frocio" (fathinglot) called. ( Olympia 2021: All decisions in Sport1-Liveticker )

Fognini saw his mistake after the game and apologized in an Instagram story, whose background he dipped in rainbow colors, for his homophobic utterances.

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"I wanted the Feelings of anyone injure, I love the LGBT community and I apologize for the nonsense I expressed, "Fognini wrote.

Fognini calls Heat as the reason

at his apology, however, he also referred to the fact that the extreme temperatures in Japan had added to him: "The heat skin in."

The heat had great problems, especially opponents Medvedev. When the referee asked for well-being of the struck Russian, he replied, "I can finish the game, but I can die too. If I die, you will take responsibility for this? "

It is not the first verbal derailment of Fognini, who had insulted a referee in the US Open in a round-round defeat and then excluded from the double competition was.

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