Two months ago, Łukasz Jachimiak wrote an article on forgery on Sport.pl. It is said that Tomasz Iwański forged the birth date of 12-year-old extremely talented Russian woman Ksenia Jefremowa so that she could participate in the adult tennis player tournament in Bytom. PZT President Mirosław Skrzypczyński and Marcin Matkowski, who accused President Skrzypczyński of lying, talked about the case on our website.
Now, Iwański has taken another step towards destroying his image, commenting on Naomi Osaka’s withdrawal from the Paris Roland Garros Championship in a scandal way. Due to poor mental state and fighting depression, the Japanese decided to abandon further competitions.
“The world is an increasingly interesting place. Every newspaper in the world writes about the depression of a capricious ballerina. They are a career that makes $50 million a year on the basis of coping with stress. I think Know whether the boss of an anonymous employee earns 50 to 1,000 zlotys a year. In a career that is not based on coping with stress, his slogan is that he is frustrated and will not see customers in the store, they will Organize help for him and write advertisements for him carefully, how much does this affect them, they want to help solve his shocking problems, otherwise they will make him unemployed within five minutes,” Ivansky wrote.
“Depression is a terrible thing. If someone suffers from depression, they have to heal, not play tennis…unless this is a treatment. This is the same as other people, but in a different field. …I don’t want to take it lightly, but I have a feeling that if everyone affected by depression receives a $50 bubble every year and has to deal with its effects, then the extent of depression and the impact on millions of people The impact will be much smaller,” the PZT head coach concluded. The dismissive argument.
Fortunately, not everyone has such a low level of awareness of it like Coach Ivansky. After making the decision, Naomi Osaka received support from many sources, including experienced Serena Williams and psychologist Iga Swicz (Daria Abramowicz).
-I firmly believe that this is how we reached a turning point in the discussion of mental health in sports. It involves not only psychology, but also general mental health. Every athlete is human first-Abramowicz wrote on Twitter, adding that coach Iwański should definitely keep in mind:
-No matter what you want to do with decisions, attitudes, choices, do not comment on this person’s mental health psychologist Iga Świątek emphasized that without knowledge and insight, it can be very, very harmful to someone.