“I shouldn’t die!”. After the Frenchman Benoît Paire lost the first round of the Masters 1000 Championship in Monte Carlo on Sunday, he was hypocritical like a hypocritical creed.
In the process, Paire (33rd) faced Australia’s Jordan Thompson (62nd) and scored 6-4, 6-7 (3/7), 7- in a 3:03 tasteless match. The defeat of 6 (7/5) ended. Spotlight at night. Soon after, spices were added to the press conference.
“I shouldn’t die. I still have a dual identity (related to his compatriot Adrian Mannarino, editor’s note), and then I rest at home.
“In the game, it showed that I didn’t say anything. Tennis no longer brings me any happiness. It is definitely a sadness to be here, and usually this is the best game in the world… So, frankly, There is nothing to do.”
However, Paire did not completely lose the game because he only participated in the third set after losing the first set. However, the symbolic illustration is that he awarded Thompson the victory with a nasty double error, which was his 74th direct error in this game.
“I shouldn’t die…fights, not fights… They said it was Monte Carlo, but the atmosphere of our game is little known. He went on to say that this is the reason for the breakdown of the circuit. He confirmed that it was in South America in March A feeling already expressed during the trip.
Then, after apologizing and receiving a call from the chairman of the FFT to tell him how serious his attitude was, he managed to avoid sanctions by the French Tennis Federation.
But returning to Monaco, closer than himself, Beno Bean did not defeat his demons.
“Whether I win or lose, I don’t care, it’s still far away from us. In this case, I don’t care whether I win or lose. He insisted that I have no sparks anymore.
Psychologically, health measures related to the pandemic, especially in the absence of spectators, have greatly affected their health. Paire has only won one out of ten games this season. It confronted Nicolas Jarry (1165th) in Cordoba.
“If I lose, it’s better to go home. I won, and I told myself there are two days left before I will lose… Frankly speaking, there is really nothing to worry about.