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Wimbledon wants to ban Russian players, including world No. 2 Medvedev, this summer after invading Ukraine

RUSSIAN and Belarusian tennis stars are NOT allowed to compete at Wimbledon this year after Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.

Athletes have already paid the price for Russia’s invasion of their neighboring country.

Medvedev has been suspended for this year's Wimbledon

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Medvedev has been suspended for this year’s WimbledonCredit: REX FEATURES
Belarusian number 4 Sabalenka will also be absent

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Belarusian number 4 Sabalenka will also be absentPhoto credit: AFP

Russia was eliminated from the World Cup playoffs for the 2022 World Cup.

The women’s team is also not allowed to compete at this year’s European Championship.

And Belarusian athletes have also been punished for their country’s loyalty to Putin’s Russia.

According to the Daily Mail, the Wimbledon Main Committee has now also taken action.

Russians must sign forms to distance themselves from Putin in order to play Wimbledon
Live war in Ukraine: Putin offers fighters in Mariupol new deadline for surrender

The move was made ahead of the tournament’s scheduled annual press conference next week.

Russians and Belarusians are excluded from this year’s Grand Slam.

This means that men’s No. 2 Daniil Medvedev CANNOT compete.

The fourth in the women’s world rankings, Aryna Sabalenka from Belarus, will also miss the tournament from June 27th.

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