Harmony Tan lynched by her doubles partner at Wimbledon: “You are not capable of playing at the professional level”

It is certainly the most important match of his career. Last Tuesday, for the first round of the Wimbledon tournament, ​​Harmony Tan took on legend Serena Williams on center court. A hotly contested meeting that the 24-year-old Frenchwoman ended up winning after the suspense and a hotly contested third set. A real feat even against an American who had not replayed for a very long time. The young sportswoman, who is advancing for a complicated second round against the seeded number 32 today, has decided to skip her doubles match, which she was to play yesterday.

A decision that did not at all please his partner, the German Tamara Korpatsch. Indicating that she had pain in her thigh and therefore preferred to concentrate on her singles match, Harmony Tan did not convince the 27-year-old player, who split a message to charge on his Instagram account. “She texted me this morning. I had to wait here an hour before the game started. I am very sad, disappointed and also very angry not being able to play my first Grand Slam in doubles. It’s not fair to me, I didn’t deserve this”she says.

If you’re broke after a three-hour game the day before, you’re not capable of playing professionally.

The disappointment is very great for Tamara Korpatsch who concludes with a murderous little sentence: “If you’re broken after a three-hour game the day before, you’re not capable of playing professionally. That’s my opinion”.

The two players end up reconciling

If Harmony Tan did not react publicly, she explained herself with her partner and the latter has just shared a message in her story to explain that things had worked out between them. “Harmony and I discussed and worked out the misunderstandings we had. She was clear about her injury and we already apologized to each other.”she wrote, indicating that she was deleting her previous post and that she would tell him more about this story (story to find in the slideshow).

All’s well that ends well therefore between Harmony Tan and Tamara Korpatsch, who were able to explain themselves after the very harsh words of the German. The French will now be able to concentrate on her next match, which promises to be very tight.

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