The International Tennis Federation allows Russian players to participate in the Paris Olympics The International Tennis Federation allows Russian players to participate in the Paris Olympics

The International Tennis Federation allows Russian players to participate in the Paris Olympics

The International Tennis Federation allows Russian players to participate in the Paris Olympics
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The International Tennis Federation has allowed all "eligible" Russian tennis players to participate in the Olympic Games in Paris this summer, said Shamil Tarpishev, head of the Russian Federation.

“At the Olympic Games in Paris, Russia can participate with its four best tennis players in the ATP rankings and its four strongest women players in the WTA,” Tarpishev told the Russian Match TV channel.

The International Olympic Committee will have the final say on whether Russian tennis players will be accepted into the Paris Olympics.

According to the ranking of Russian tennis players in the ATP Association, Daniil Medvedev, Andrey Rublev, Karen Khachanov and Roman Saviolin are expected to go to the Olympics.

For women, Mira Andreeva, Daria Kasatkina, Lyudmila Samsonova and Yekaterina Alexandrova are likely to participate.

The Olympic Games are scheduled to be held in Paris from July 26 to August 11.

The International Olympic Committee allowed Russians and Belarusians to participate in the Olympic Games in Paris as individual neutral athletes, provided that athletes who support the Russian special military operation in Ukraine, or who have connections to the armed forces or security services of Russia and Belarus, are not allowed to participate in the competition. In addition, Representatives of team sports will miss the tournament.

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