After the tight first set (Aga defended 7 set balls there), Radwanska lost the control and argued with her father before all spectators' eyes. It began when Robert Radwanski counted all errors of his daughter - first badly played drop shots and afterwards missed returns. Discretely, silently - hardly anyone heard it. Unfortunately Aga outbursted and started the polemic. She began: "Shut up, go home with all your mathematics, get out!" afterwards it got worse: "You're still counting? Fuck off! Do you understand? Fuck off!" The president of Polish Tennis Association and the director of Polsat Warsaw Open observed it all from the stands.
Afterwards Aga was furious also at herself. After an error she shouted: "Again I hit the ball into this fucking tarpaulin". When she threw all bad emotions, she started to play much better. However she didn't win this match.
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How do you judge your match against Shvedova?
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I screw it up. I can't comment my matches, I don't know what happened. I'm sure it would go other way if I had won the first set after all those saved set points. On the other hand, I did nothing today to win. And she took the risk, presented "masculine tennis", hit a lot of winners. Afterwards, the more I wanted, the worse it got. However I shouldn't have lost to her.
It seemed that your father's notes made your blood boil. During the match there were some "undiplomatic" words towards your father.
Those were not notes. Those were genuine digs. What I was supposed to answer then?
Recently more and more you quarrel with him.
Daddy doesn't handle the pressure.
In the past, you asked him not to sit on the stands.
Everytime I ask him, constantly I repeat it to him. When it goes to 6:0 6:1 he bears without comments and all those sighs. When something goes not as he wants to, everything starts. It's all not for his nerves. I have an impression that he thinks: "We won, we lost". However I don't recognize the plural, it annoys me most. We must separate it. I play, he's a coach. I am on the court, he's on the stands.
So are you going to change something in your relations?
No, rather not.
How much does reconciling between you and your father take?
It depends to whom and under what circumstances I lose to. Today I was furious during the rain delay at 2:5 in the second set. I needed twenty minutes to calm down. How much my dad needs? For sure more, a few days.
Aren't such situations mentally devastating?
For sure we are fed up with each other, we spend together 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We don't have common lunch or dinner as there are too many moments spent together. We know, tennis is all about nerves, emotions, pressure. There's no peace here, it's not this profession. This is normal for me, it's nothing new. Nothing will change in this field. I must forget about clay court season as soon as possible.