Uznemiravanje je postalo sve učestalije u društvu, ali u sportu. I ono seksualnog tipa takođe uzima maha, ali ne toliko među pripadnicima istog pola. Pogotovo je retko kada je u pitanju uznemiramanje među ženama. Ipak, hrvatska teniserka Mariana Dražić je doživela neprijatnost od strane lezbijki i sada se javno požalila zbog toga.
– Bila sam na turniru s prijateljicom i s njom delila sobu, kako to ide zbog troškova. Međutim, tekom turnira otkrila sam da dosta igračica voli isti pol što je bilo u slučaju moje prijateljice. Ja sam to odobravala i nisam imala ništa protiv toga, ali ušla sam, ne znajući, u ljubavni trougao jer je moja prijateljica htela da napravi ljubomornom svoju bivšu devojku koja je na taj turnir došla s novom devojkom – započela je ćerka nekadašnjeg fudbalera Hajduka Darka Dražića i nastavila:
– U lobiju hotela, na primer jedna me je devojka dodirivala po kolenu, po kosi, sela je na mene, što je meni bilo neprijatno i rekla sam joj da to ne radi. Ispalo je kasnije veće sr*nje jer su se sve te lezbijke udružile protiv mene.
Sve se to prenelo i na sportsko borilište.
– Kad sam igrala svoj meč, njih 15 iz ljubomore je došlo na tribine i navijalo protiv mene, pljeskalo, glasno pričalo. Bilo mi je stvarno neprijatno i uzela sam sobu samo za sebe. Imala sam i nervni slom.
Hrvatica je otvorila dušu i potvrdila neke stvari o kojima se do sada samo krišom govorilo.
– U teniskim se krugovima sve brzo dozna, pa tako i da dosta igračica, kako bi si osigurale lakši put prema uspehu, spavaju s direktorima nekih turnira ili se prave da su njihove devojke, pa im osiguraju pozivnicu ili daju besplatan smeštaj, što je odvratno. Meni, srećom, takve ponude nisu stigle – rekla je Mariana.
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#repost @behindtheracquet ・・・ “I started to play tennis when I was 8 years old in my hometown of Brela, a small city in the Croatian coast. It only took about half a year before I was winning national tournaments. I remember in 2011 when I qualified and got to the semifinals of my first futures tournament and I was invited to play junior Fed Cup. In the summer of that year was when my biggest support passed away, my grandfather. I was absolutely devastated and was truly tough to get through this time. My grandfather was the person to take me to my first ever tennis lesson. While I played in Croatia he was the one taking me many tournaments. I remember being completely shocked when I picked up the phone during a practice and got the news thats he had passed away. I was mentally out of it for so long and for six months I didn’t play a single tournament. As much as I can I try to make him as proud as possible since that day. I always said that I will get to Wimbledon for him, because that is what we used to talk about. It hasn’t been easy to get where I wanted. Two years ago my appendix broke that led to other complications. Doctors found out about the situation too late and fluid was already in my pelvic bone. My blood became infected and I had to stay in the hospital for two weeks longer than they expected. Throughout the time I had high temperature and a rapid heartbeat. My muscles were extremely atrophied and it took a long period of time to get back to normal. I didn’t have much help while trying to move up the rankings when I was finally healthy. I didn’t have much support from the federation, while others were being taken care of. It is not easy making your way through without help or sponsors to back you up. I struggled to practice and develop my game, as I couldn’t afford the necessary coaches. I also didn’t have any indoor courts to use. For some when it rains or the weather is bad it means just going inside, but for me it meant no practice. I am lucky to have my father who was a professional football player, and member of the first every Croation National Team, be there to push me through…” @marianadrazic Read full story at behindtheracquet.com