Thiago Seyboth Wild had a whirlwind run at Roland Garros over the past few weeks but always underneath was an under current of off the court matters.
From his ongoing domestic violence allegations, to his ex-girlfriend confirming that Seyboth Wild allegedly sent texts saying his family is derived from Nazi's.
"My family on my mother's side is Nazi": Seyboth Wild reportedly sent horrific messages to ex-girlfriend as per Brazilian media
These comments were unearthed by Brazilian media after being sent the WhatsApp messages and then reported in English by CLAY who also said that Seyboth Wild has failed to answer the allegations against him due to not being in Brazil.
Training in Argentina, he now though has taken steps to attempt to clear his name against the allegations.
This despite refusing to answer questions surrounding the case in Paris. "I don't think it's a topic to discuss here nor do I think it's a question you should ask anyone," he said.
Straight to Rio after Paris exit after living in Argentina previously
Heading straight to Rio after his defeat to Yoshihito Nishioka, he went directly to court on Monday after exiting on Saturday.
The 23-year-old answered charges of violence against his ex-girlfriend being accused of physical and psychological abuse by Thayane Lima who he was with for just shy of two years.
He has also taken legal action against her for comments made including accusations of extortion as he attempts to prove his innocence.