British tennis player Andy Murray’s set of badges from his previous participation in the Olympic Games featured a Palestinian flag pin.
And Murray posted on his daily stories through his personal account on the Instagram website, a video clip, showing the pins he collected from his participation in the previous Olympics.
The British tennis player expressed his happiness at collecting these badges, noting that exchanging pins with other athletes is one of the best things about the Olympics.
— Sarah Wilkinson (@swilkinsonbc) July 26, 2021
In turn, British activist Sarah Wilkinson, an activist in the field of defending Palestinian rights, published the video on her personal page on Twitter, on Monday, referring to the Palestinian flag that appeared in Murray’s group of badges during the video he shared on his account.
Murray will not be able to defend the singles title at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, after he was forced, on Sunday, to withdraw due to injury before the first round match, deciding to continue competing in the doubles.
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