That Garbine Muguruza didn't like the behavior of the crowd at Suzanne Lenglen during her fourth round match at the Roland Garros was clear especially at the end of the match, when she admonished the spectators while walking off the court.
Also her coach Sam Sumyk, who started to work with Muguruza in late 2015, didn't like how people supported their home favourite player Kristina Mladenovic, and on Twitter he wrote: 'Congrats to Kristina Mladenovic.Garbine Muguruza very proud of you.Never simple to be defending champion.
To the French crowd, pathetic, no class'. 'I think the crowd today was a little bit obviously tough for me,' the defending champion explained in press conference just after the loss.
'I understand. I just think that they were a little bit, sometimes should be a little bit more respectful, even though for the game, because we had to, you know, stop. The chair umpire has to always calm the crowd down.
I'm not here to create enemies. I mean, I love playing here. It is not a good feeling.'
Congrats to k. Mladenovic.@GarbiMuguruza very proud of you.Never simple to be defending champion.To the French crowd, pathetic, no class!! — Sam Sumyk (@SamSumyk) 4 giugno 2017ALSO READ: Andy Murray: 'I'm not thinking about winning, but I am feeling better' .