By Football Italian staff A journalist has revealed Tiger Woods was at a tennis tournament in Milan during the same time as Italian tennis star Eugenie Bouchard, who has accused Woods of sexual harassment.
The journalist, Stefano Venezioli, who also reports for the sports daily Corriere della Sera, said Woods had been at a tournament in Turin during the past few days.
“Tiger was in a car all the night in Milan,” he told Italian newspaper Corriemedia.
“He didn’t have a tennis racket and he didn’t wear a shirt, he was in full tennis gear.”
He added: “He was at the Grandstand [at the end of the tournament] in the evening.
He came out of the hotel and sat in the front row.”
When he sat down he started to shake.
He said, ‘I’m sorry’ and said, `I’m not sorry.’
“A source close to Woods said he was not the one who took a picture of Woods’ naked body in the hotel suite.”
That’s not me,” the source told Corriepedia.
The reporter added: “[Woods] did not wear a towel, but he did have a t-shirt on.
He was not wearing a towel but he was very sweaty.
“According to the Italian Tennis Federation, the event was held on November 18.
Woods and Bouchards are the first female athletes to be accused of sexual misconduct in tennis history.”
Veneziolo added that the two players were in a “perfect situation” for sexual harassment because they were both stars.””
I think they’ve all got to be ashamed.”
Veneziolo added that the two players were in a “perfect situation” for sexual harassment because they were both stars.
“It’s true that they were on the court together,” he said.
“They were very close to each other, they have been friends for years and now they have to have a lot of distance.”
We have to respect that they [Bouchard and Woods] are two great tennis players, but they can’t take this all the way.
“The way they behaved in the room was completely inappropriate.
It’s the first time in my career I’ve heard something like this.”
Woods’ lawyer has dismissed the claims as “unsubstantiated”.
The US Open tennis player was stripped of the US Open title by Roger Federer in March 2017.