Taylor Fritz and Tommy Paul respond to ‘Ego’ accusations over Rajeev Ram’s exclusion from Davis Cup squad, HEATED Twitter exchange begins

Earlier today, Italy’s Davis Cup team advanced to the semifinals of the 2022 edition of the tournament. This boost was provided when Lorenzo Sonego defeated Francis Tiafoe in the singles category and Fabio Fognini and Simone Bolelli defeated Jack Sock and Tommy Paul.

Taylor Fritz won the singles match against Lorenzo Musetti to give Team USA a level playing field, while Sock and Paul lost in straight sets (6-4 6-4) to the Italian duo Fognini and Bolelli.

The 32-time Davis Cup champion, Team USA lifted the trophy for the last time in 2007. And after today’s defeat came critics criticizing the decision of team and captain Mardy Fish to exclude the top American doubles player for team selection and player matchmaking. Rajev Ram.

Ram is an old world no. The 1st place in the doubles category is now 1st place. He has a total of 5 big championships in the world, 3 in men’s doubles and 2 in mixed doubles. He also won the ATP Finals in the doubles category earlier this week. As such, his exclusion from the Davis Cup team came as a huge surprise to tennis fans and experts, with criticism mostly directed at team captain Mardy Fish. However, Fish clung to his guns and defended his decision to the end.

The most recent discussion on the matter came on Twitter when Canadian tennis player Brayden Schnur threw a hoop while praising Team USA. data store aspect “A great actor and an even better man”.

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Brayden Schnur vs Team USA: Battle of Words

Brayden Schnur and Rajeev Ram
Taylor Fritz and Tommy Paul respond to ‘Ego’ accusations over Rajeev Ram’s exclusion from Davis Cup team, HEATED Twitter exchange 2 takes place

Brayden Schnur, 27, is a career-high number 1 Canadian professional tennis player. Ranked 92nd in the world in 2019. It is currently ranked 224th in the world.

Earlier today, Schnur launched a heated war of words when her response to a tweet caught Taylor Fritz’s anger. Schnur wrote in response to the tweet after it was deleted “Look at the players on the team. Look at their egos. We’re all smart enough to put the pieces together. I feel bad for Rajeev, who is a great player or even better man.”

Fritz responded to the tweet: “Please elaborate on ‘ego’ Brayden would love to hear what role that plays in how the team is selected”; As Paul questions Schnur’s status as a player, “Brayden shnur, what are you doing with tennis?”

At one point, Schnur said that Fritz spoke more words to her in Twitter exchanges than in real life. world no 9 responded by saying that he has social anxiety that makes him shy and withdrawn. “So… something I have to say is that I personally am a shy person and have pretty bad social anxiety… so I don’t think it’s fair for you to assume anything about my ego and whether or not you’re going to shoot me. I feel I deserve it” That was Fritz’s answer.

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After going back and forth a lot, Fritz’s last words were: “Man, if you’re going to insult us personally and continue to slide around the team with no further explanation, don’t call us for our ‘ego’ as you know how the team was chosen. Btw, if Raj had wanted to celebrate our team’s qualifying/wins at any point, we’d all be PUMPED to have him.”

Tennis fans and Twitter users were split on the issue, some with Americans and others with Canadians. While several responses agreed with Schnur’s comment about the team’s ego, more sensible comments called for criticism to be directed to the person responsible for casting, for example the Mardy Fish article.

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