'From Roland Garros To Court': Seyboth Wild To Finally Face Domestic Abuse Allegations

'From Roland Garros To Court': Seyboth Wild To Finally Face Domestic Abuse Allegations

by Kadir Macar

Thiago Seyboth Wild was in many ways the breakout star at the 2023 Roland Garros but he'll now do a court swap replacing the fun one with the 'not very fun' one.

The last time we saw Thiago Seyboth Wild, he was on a tennis court battling Yoshihito Nishioka. The Brazilian was in control of that match but lost against the feisty Japanese player who is never easily beaten.

It was a good run for the Brazilian whose career on the ATP Tour looked very promising a few years ago when he was a teenager showing a lot of promise. It got derailed a bit with injuries and some private life problems but at 23, he still has time to turn the corner.

Beating Daniil Medvedev in the first round of Roland Garros was a good start, however, he didn't fully use the open section of the draw after that. The aforementioned personal problems had to deal with an abuse allegation made by his former partner back in 2021.

He was questioned about it during Roland Garros but declined to talk about it. A troubling situation followed that but he's now set to replace a tennis court with a legal one. A press release was released confirming that Seyboth Wild traveled back to Brazil to appear before a court in Rio de Janeiro. He will contest the claims of his former partner which were described as inconsistent.

After finishing his participation in the Roland Garros tournament, in France, the tennis player Thiago Wild travelled directly to Rio de Janeiro to present himself to Justice and become aware of the criminal process initiated by the Public Ministry of the State. From now on, the athlete’s defense will present to the Judiciary all the elements that it has and that demonstrate the inconsistency of the accusations formulated and prove its innocence.



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