Iga Swiatek attacks the IFT and WTA calendar | post

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The Polish tennis player Iga Swiateknumber one in the world, criticized this Monday the calendar of the International Tennis Federation (ITF) and of the WTA and announced that he will not participate in the Billie Jean King Cup Finals in Glasgow next month.

Swiatek assured that the lack of time between the WTA Finals, which are celebrated in Texas, and the tglasgow national team tournament makes everything too risky. The WTA Finals end on November 7, while the Billie Jean King Cup Finalsorganized by the ITF, they start the next day.

I've been thinking about it a lot and discussing it with my team, I won't be able to play in the Billie Jean King Cup in Glasgow. And it makes me sad. I am very sorry, because I play for Poland whenever I can and I always give my best. Playing in Poland this year (in the qualifiers in April) was an honor and I look forward to doing it again.

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I am disappointed that the governing bodies of tennis have not reached an agreement on something as basic as the tournament calendar, giving us only one day to travel the world and changing the time zone. The situation is not safe for our health and could cause injury. I am going to talk to the WTA and the ITF to change something. This situation is difficult not only for tennis players like me, but mainly for fans.

The absence of the champion Roland Garros and US Open It is a hard blow for the Finals of the Billie Jean King Cup, that will be disputed November 8-13 at the Emirates Arena.

(With information from Europe Press)

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