There has been much debate over tennis star Naomi Osaka’s refusal to speak to the Press at the French Open. It has been discussed ad nauseam but I’m not here to litigate.
The worthiness of Press conferences, however, did struck a chord having attended loads of them over the years.
It’s usually the same old drill. Rush off almost straight after the game before waiting for coach/player to attend while the clock is furiously ticking on deadline.
The sterile surrounds of side rooms add to the innate awkwardness of pressers where the usual standard questions are met with cliché responses from th...
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