Alexander Bublik was the protagonist, on Sunday, of the final of the ATP 250 tournament in Metz against Lorenzo Sonego and here too he ended up in the crosshairs of critics. During the match, after losing the first set, Bublik began to give up completely and started playing in an atypical way.
Symptomatic of his attitude is what happened in the second part with Bublik who did not close a practically made point, 'having fun' doing the smash with the handl. In that circumstance Sonego did not give up, he was good at exploiting the ingenuity of the opponent and he made the point.
At the end of the day Bublik burst into laughter which in some ways seemed like a little madness. The social world was divided between those who harshly criticized Alexander and those who instead praised his madness, in an increasingly solid tennis without all fun tennis players The former Italian tennis player Paolo Bertolucci however harshly criticized this second group of people, stating the following words: "Idols are usually winners and respect the opponent and the crowd." Paolo Bertolucci is often very active on social networks and the former tennis player has also been the protagonist in the last few hours of a strong criticism towards the American duo, protagonist of the Laver Cup, composed of Frances Tiafoe and Jack Sock, guilty of having had an inappropriate attitude towards the Fedal.
In this case, however, clear words and without any restraint to want to close a situation that has created a lot of controversy in the last hours. Here is the social question and answer that saw the former Italian tennis player as protagonist:
Kazakh tennis player has often been criticized throughout his career for his attitude on the court during tennis challenges.
Genius and recklessness, sometimes even exaggerating, are part of the way' of the 25-year-old tennis player, who, perhaps, could have done much more so far in the course of his career. Many are in love with the madness of this particular tennis player, even in some ways in an exaggerated way.