Dominic Thiem left fuming after being asked to go to Serena Williams for a news conference after the French Open
Dominic Thiem (left) and Serena Williams were in the newspapers after a meeting of the United States (Photo Credit: Reuters)
Austria Dominic Thiem distributed Serena Williams's flame branch after her media room was in the French Open with the US couple double in Wimbledon or the US Open.
Thiem, who finished first in Roland Garros, left the fanging after being asked to go to Williams after a match after the game after the third defeat in the first week of the tournament.
Williams, who has already lost confidence in Sofia Kenin, has pushed the room directly to Thiem to blame the United States for showing "bad person" and treating them as "minor.
"It may not be Serena," he told reporters on Tuesday. "I get my unbelievable achievement, mentally, I would like to change things in Wimbledon or the United States together.
"Repeated, it was shameful that such a mistake was in the Grand Slam Competition, what I did not understand was to explode much more."
Thiem, a clever court expert, said he wanted to raise his Wimbledon record, where he never had a quarter-finals. He retired from the midweek game against the Cypriot Marcos Baghdatis last year.
"Wimbledon is unique," the 25-year-old added. "I want to show myself to be better than last year, and at the moment I'm a little injured, and I have to surrender in the first round, now I find great chances to get away from it."