What he said:
“"I don’t have the pretension to try to beat Novak without my arm."
Jo Wilfried Tsonga is more than realistic about his chances against Novak Djokovic without a ‘good arm’. The Frenchman conceded his semi-final at Montreal 4-6,0-3 complaining of pain in his right appendage.
What he really meant:
“I have one tennis-playing arm and one racket. I’m not ambidextrous.”
What he definitely didn’t:
“It’s not golf. We don’t play handicapped.”
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