Swedish tennis player criticizes the number of cameras at the Women’s Euro

Aslani, a Swedish tennis player from Kosovo, has criticized the video technology used at the 2022 European Women’s Championship in England.

“Using 50% of all cameras broadcast to men in a women’s tournament is a disaster because decisions cannot be made with the same precision,” Kosovo said at a press conference ahead of her country’s important match against England in the semi-final.

She added: “It’s not fair to us and also to other teams, in some situations more lenses are needed and those situations are really decisive.”

And she continued: “I think it’s weird because I love video technology and I think it’s more fair to use it, but the mistake is that I don’t have the same number of cameras, it’s unacceptable.

Sweden scored a goal in the group stage against Switzerland in a match that ended with the Scandinavian team winning by two goals to one.

It is noteworthy that the second semi-final, which witnessed a difficult confrontation between Germany and France, will take place on Wednesday evening, and the final on the following Sunday.

Source: “Agency”

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