Tennis - Canadian tennis star Gabriela Dabrowski is the latest player to provide her stance on the debate between men's and women's tennis, saying that the two cannot be compared because they have different physiology. The topic has returned to the forefront of discussion after John McEnroe said that Serena Williams would be ranked around No.
700 on the men's tour, which also prompted Williams to ask the senior American player to respect her privacy. Earlier this week, Andy Murray made a statement for women when he was asked about Sam Querrey being the first American player to reach a major semi-final since 2009, to which Murray promptly replied 'First Male Player' Dabrowski, who won the French Open mixed doubles title with India's Rohan Bopanna, says that women cannot play late into their 30s and early 40s or play a very rigorous game because they are also relied on for giving birth to babies.
She added that true equality would only come when everybody was respected for their own strengths and weaknesses.
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