Benoit Paire shared tweets of his haters after the madness at the Estoril!

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Benoit Paire shared tweets of his haters after the madness at the Estoril!

Benoit Paire was present at the tournament in Estoril, Portugal, but his adventure ended sooner than expected: in the first round, he was defeated by the Korean Kwon, number 71 in the world, with a score of 4-6, 5- 7. A score that angered not only the player but also the bettors.

After the defeat against Kwon, Paire posted numerous screenshots of conversations he had with bettors and (presumably) his compatriots on social media, in particular on Twitter. There is no real dialogue, but an outburst from the fan and gambler: "You are wasting everyone's money.

What is wrong with the fact that I bet on you, false," This one wrote a certain JOHN, but he is not the only one. The tennis player, number 60 in the world, has decided to publish the messages that many accounts have sent in private conversations about the lost bets due to his defeats.

"You are a French who gives shame," someone writes. "You're the king of shit," urges someone else. After a series of published screenshots, where the offenses are repeated in different forms, but the same substance, Paire's outburst is closed by a simple tweet of his: "Does it seem normal to you?"

Paire's gesture after the defeat

The publication on social media by the French tennis player, in reality, is only an outlet that starts from the field, where Paire has become the protagonist in another way.

Following Estoril's first round defeat to Swon, the crowd began to boo the defeated tennis player. This action was immediately followed by a reaction: Paire turned to the audience as he walked out and showed off his underwear.

With this gesture, the redemption that he had announced during the Masters 1000 in Monte Carlo has not yet arrived: so far there are only three victories, compared to eleven defeats. Of these three victories, two occurred at the Australian Open: first round victory against Monteiro and second round victory against Dimitrov.

The course on Australian soil was then interrupted by Stefanos Tsitsipas, who nevertheless conceded a set to his opponent.