Matches between players from the same country are never easy. It was very clear in the game played by the Italians Fabio Fognini and Salvatore Caruso in the second round of Australian Open, which ended with victory for the San Remo native.
“We had different opinions at the end of the game and yes, it is something that should be left in the locker room. For that reason, I am going to talk to him in the next few days because we are friends.” maintained who was defeated by 6-4, 2-6, 6-2, 3-6 and 6-7 (12).
However, Caruso chose not to make firewood from the fallen tree and declared: “I know that the microphones picked up some words, if they know Italian they will be lucky to know what we said, but I’m not going to say anything else, sorry.”
Foginini also followed the line of his friend and colleague: “Even if they have what we said in Italian or English, I don’t care, they know me and they know that what happens on the pitch stays there. I don’t know if I handled it well or not. I think I had a bit more luck, but it’s not that important because those things usually happen on the pitch. “