BENOIT PAIRE will not perform at the Tokyo Olympics.
The controversial French tennis player was kicked out of the team representing France in the Olympics. Paire is a 31-year-old tennis player, the fourth-ranked Frenchman in the ATP ranking, and the 35th-ranked athlete in the world. The Frenchman who can accommodate four tennis players at the games will lead another athlete.
The French Tennis Federation justified this decision with Paire’s “extremely misconduct”. They claimed that he swore on the court, spit, insulted people and tanks, and made inappropriate comments outside the court. Paire apologized to the alliance and said it would improve.
Since the last Rio Olympics, the conflict between Paye and the Federation has continued, when he was expelled from the team and the Olympic Village for violating the rules.
He has lost 9 of 10 games this year. After losing to Jordan Thompson last week, he said he didn’t like tennis, and he just came to participate in the game to get money.
“I don’t care about this game at all. I will double back home. I only have a two-hour drive. Participating in such a game will make me frustrated. Coming to Monte Carlo to participate in one of the best competitions in the world, Seeing it is empty, there is no audience. “It’s sad. I feel pain on the court. Nevertheless, I still made 12,000 Euros. Some people will say that I’m just talking about money, but I spent 12,000 euros to participate in a game. I stayed in the hotel for two days and now I am going home. It’s perfect,” he said. He is the 35th tennis player in the world, and he recently stated that some players won the ATP tournament and won 30,000 euros, and he lost 10,000 to the championship in the first round.
In his career, he has earned 800,000 Euros from the tournament alone. He also won three championships, and in 2016, he was the 18th player in the world, which is his best position.