On Sunday, Daria Kasatkina was the victim of abuse from the crowd at Roland Garros for respecting Elina Svitolina and other Ukrainians wishes by not forcing the handshake at the French Open with Russian players.
This is despite Kasatkina's own stance on the Russian government as well as both showing respect for each other before and after the match.
What was shown was Kasatkina giving a thumbs up to Svitolina but the camera didn't show on the coverage whether this was also the case on Svitolina's side.
But journalist Quentin Moynet shared a video this morning that it was with Svitolina giving Kasatkina a thumbs up and also an air fist bump in respect.
"It’s really brave from her": Svitolina thankful to Kasatkina for speaking out against her home country as Roland Garros tie approaches
'Bitter feeling' from Kasatkina after crowd reaction
On Monday morning, Kasatkina also took to Twitter to share her dismay at the decision to boo her and albeit saying she loves Roland Garros said it left a 'bitter feeling' especially due to both showing respect for each other.
"Leaving Paris with a very bitter feeling. All this days, after every match I’ve played in Paris I always appreciate and thanked crowd for support and being there for the players," said Kasatkina.
"But yesterday I was booed for just being respectful on my opponents position not to shake hands.
"Me and Elina showed respect to each other after a tough match but leaving the court like that was the worse part of yesterday. Be better, love each other. Don’t spread hate. Try to make this world better. I will love RG no matter what, always and forever. See u next year," she concluded.