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Tennis fans have트럼프 카지노 been outraged at the fact Sami Khedira has been banned from Wimbledon after revealing on-court comments about women’s tennis.

The 28-year-old former world number one has been criticised for referring to women’s players as ‘baby’ during a news conference in his dressing room earlier this week.

He also suggested there were more women than men, and even said it was ‘a bit like saying that the women are bigger than the men’실시간 바카라.

Banned: Former world number one Sami Khedira has been banned from Wimbledon after admitting to making a ‘unexpected’ comment about women’s tennis at his dressing room

He later apologised for his comments, but many have criticised the former world number one after his actions were revealed on-air.

But Sami himself has not yet apologised to Wimbledon fans for his comments which were meant to be humorous.

Wimbledon manager Andy Murray said the Wimbledon board has decided to ‘discuss the situation’ and ‘consider our next steps’, according to MailOnline.

Speaking on the Andrew Marr Show, the former world number one – who is on tour this weekend for a US Open victory – said: ‘I’m not going to lie to you guys. My mouth is open.

‘I don’t have a problem with women having a ball. I have great respect for their talent.

‘But I’ve never done a comment like that. I’ve never used such a crass term as ‘baby’ as I am from Ghana, which is the most beautiful country in the world.

‘I don’t know that I ever used such a crass term about them at all.

‘It’s not funny at all, to be honest. I was just making a joke about things, but you know, you hear things and that’s it.

Trial period: The 28-year-old has apologised for his comments

‘Maybe when some other guys do those things – and I’m not saying that these are just some of them – then we can take it more seriously but for me there was no malice behind it.’

He added: ‘I’m going to go back to my locker and if I have to apologise there. As long as that’s OK.

‘I don’t really think about that and I’m just glad we all understand what happened, whether it was good or bad.’