Harmony Tan slammed by doubles partner after Serena Williams upset

Harmony Tan slammed by doubles partner after Serena Williams upset

Beating Serena Williams got here at a value.

Concord Tan withdrew from the ladies’s doubles event a day after her upset of Williams within the first spherical of Wimbledon that took 3 hours and 11 minutes. That’s in line with her doubles companion, Tamara Korpatsch, who was none too happy with the flip of occasions.

“Sadly my Doubles Companion H. Tan retired from our doubles [Wednesday],” the German Korpatsch posted on Instagram. “She simply texted me this morning. Let me wait right here 1 hour earlier than the match begin. I’m very unhappy, disenchanted and likewise very indignant that I can’t play my 1st Doubles Grand Slam.

Tamara Korpatsch throughout a singles loss at Wimbledon on June 28, 2022.Getty Photographs

Concord Tan throughout her win over Serena Williams.CameraSport through Getty Photographs

“And It’s actually not truthful for me😒 I didn’t deserve that. She requested me earlier than the event if we wanna play doubles and I stated sure, I didn’t ask her, she requested me! If you happen to’re damaged after a 3h Match the day earlier than, you possibly can’t play skilled. That’s my opinion.”

The caption was on a photograph of Korpatsch trying crestfallen on Wimbledon’s grass courts.

Tan performed late into the London night time to upset the 23-time Grand Slam champion. It’s Tan’s first foremost draw as a singles participant.

She was scheduled to play within the first spherical of the ladies’s double draw with Korpatsch in opposition to Raluca Olaru and Nadiia Kichenok on Wednesday morning.

Serena Williams congratulates Concord Tan.Getty Photographs

Tan will play Sara Sorribes Tormo within the second spherical of the singles on Thursday.

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