Daria Kasatkina after the coming out: "I feel freer"



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Daria Kasatkina after the coming out: "I feel freer"

Daria Kasatkina is back to talk in USA about the decision to reveal her coming out to the whole world, without fear and fear of receiving criticism on social media. A story that has given her a lot of applause and certificates of esteem in the last few days: "Living hidden is impossible.

It is useless, you will be completely focused on this until you choose to come out. Of course, it's up to you to decide how to do it and how much to say. Living in peace with yourself is the only thing that matters, fu*ck everyone else!" This is what the tennis player underlined in recent weeks in an interview with the well-known Russian blogger Vitya Kravchenko.

Several athletes commented on the words of the Russian, including Coco Gauff: "I think that in tennis, at least with girls around, we support each other a lot, regardless of background or identity. I don't think there is any judgment when it comes to this.

I am grateful that she felt comfortable enough with her in sharing that part of her life. She didn't have to do it but I can only imagine how many people in her situation feel inspired by it." Naomi Osaka also praised the choice: "I thought it was really amazing how she was doing it.

I think we have to rally to support her, because it's a bit of a dangerous situation. I think in all of this it's really amazing that she is declaring and defending herself. what he believes in. I am always to her support of her."

Kasatkina's words

The girl, at the WTA in San Jose, said about the issue: "I feel freer and happier. I think I have taken the right step. With the situation in the world all this stuff is tough, when if not now? it was only good for me, but I also helped other people.

It's great and I feel great. I'm not 18 anymore, I'm 25. I have to show everything I have in these years. I think this is already the time to give more than to take."