Bjorn Borg doesn’t hold back: Tennis star departs Bengaluru ceremony following Karnataka Chief Minister Bommai’s late arriva, to watch his son play

Tennis legend Bjorn Borg was scheduled to receive honors in Bengaluru on Tuesday; however, the 11-time Grand Slam winner departed the location after Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai arrived late.

To put it briefly, Bjorn Borg left the award ceremony to see his son Leo perform. karnataka On Tuesday, CM Bommai was running late because of other obligations. Borg has been traveling alongside his son Leo, who is competing in India’s ATP Challenger events. Renowned tennis player Bjorn Borg, who has been praised for his simple demeanor and no-nonsense style over the years, left a Bengaluru ceremony honoring him when Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai arrived late. Tuesday morning at the Karnataka Lawn Tennis Association (KSLTA) courts, Borg awaited the arrival of the minister and the start of the ceremony. However, the Swede left the venue to watch his son compete in the ATP Challenger event, the Bengaluru Open.

Bjorn Borg was in Bengaluru to watch his son Leo compete in the Bengaluru Open. Bjorn and his wife Patricia are currently traveling to India. Leo, 19, faced Taiwan’s Hsu Yu-hsiou in the ATP Challenger event on Tuesday in the opening round.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.