Roland-Garros: Ruud-Cilic semi-final interrupted by protester clinging to net

Roland-Garros: Ruud-Cilic semi-final interrupted by protester clinging to net


As Casper Ruud led two sets to a one-on-one with Marin Cilic, the game was interrupted by a protester clinging to the net. The scene unfolded under the watchful eye of the players, who did not seem to understand what was going on.

u274c The game has been interrupted!
ud83c udfbe The arrival of a protester on the court, who clung to the net, forced the referee to bring the players into the locker room.
The DIRECT: https://t.co/e2xPoVyClA pic.twitter.com/bOEP27sFRS

– francetvsport (@francetvsport) June 3, 2022

The referee made the decision to interrupt the match. The young woman was wearing a T-shirt with: “We have 1,028 days left” (We have 1,028 days left in French).

It seems that the message conveyed by this activist is of an environmental nature, although nothing has been announced yet.



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