Vitalia Diatchenko has decided to follow the fashion of the moment, as many of her other colleagues have already done, such as Eugenie Bouchard, Simona Halep and influencer Rachel Stuhlmann, wearing a pink Barbie outfit. The beautiful tennis player posted a series of photos on Instagram in which she wore a pink dress during her birthday.
She was also holding matching balloons in shades of pink. The film with Margot Robbie is depopulating, and is launching or relaunching a vintage but tremendously current fashion.
Here are the pictures:
Diatchenko and the issue in France
"Travelling as a Russian citizen to Europe, I only received a 14 days!
visa (usually as an athlete I get 2/3 years). Also, this visa had to be through Spain as they were the only country that would issue this view.So the flight has to go through Spain, so other borders like my tournament won't allow me to fly except through Spain.
In reality, this means four flights instead of two! End of story, slept in the airport, treated like a 3rd class citizen, spent a couple thousand euros, now no possible way to get to the tournament because no routes due to airlines not carrying Russians and the limited visa situation.Eventually, I have to withdraw and the only option is to go home and miss another event due to this situation.
As a professional athlete playing without any flag and representing no country, just trying to get on with life and follow a career I've loved all my life, it's fitting for athletes who have no association with any part of the unfortunate situation .I hope to be free from politics, racism and Nazism.
Just peace and clear skies, please!" These were the words shared by Vitalia Diatchenko, who said just a few weeks ago that it was forced to miss the ITF event in France because it was stuck at the airport and treated unfairly just because it is Russian.
Diatchenko had signed up to compete at an ITF event in Calvi. In Calvi's first round, Diatchenko drew Jessica Ponchet. In a long message posted on her Instagram, Diatchenko said she was treated unfairly only because of her passport.