Simona Halep: between marriage and vaccines

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Simona Halep: between marriage and vaccines

Former world number one Simona Halep married Macedonian billionaire businessman Toni Luruc. A high-level ceremony that saw the woman, one of the most acclaimed tennis players on the WTA Tour, get married. Only a few days ago the tennis player excitedly declared her feelings about this event to the local media: "It's a beautiful event and above all it's a very important step for me, I'm happy that all this is happening.

The ceremony will take place in the city of Constanza." Simona Halep has just returned from a disappointing US Open 2021, a tournament that saw her protagonist only in part and eliminated in the Round of 16 by Elina Svitolina, winner with a double 6-3.

The tennis player had returned from a stop and returned specifically for the American tournament. Speaking of that match, she said at the end of the match: "I arrived tired after having played three consecutive games, when you are returning from a period of rest it is increasingly difficult, but overall I think I have done a good job despite everything and I continue to have positive thoughts."

Simona Halep's thoughts on the vaccine

In the last few days, Simona Halep has returned to the vaccine issue. The Romanian was one of the first tennis players to receive it and in this period where there is still debate on this issue she made the following statements to the microphones of the Equipe: "I respect all opinions, as long as you don't talk about some conspiracy theory.

If you are a person who has knowledge about this we can talk about it otherwise I prefer to avoid. When I am in the circuit I have the impression that several tennis players are misinformed about the vaccine issue." Among the tennis players who have recently received criticism for their behavior towards the Covid-19 vaccine is the Greek talent Stefanos Tsitsipas: the number 3 in the world has received criticism from its government and from various Hellenic bodies due to dubious statements regarding the Covid vaccine.