‘We Stink Here’ – Martina Navratilova Unleashes Her Anger at United States’ Marijuana Rules Following Brittney Griner’s Russian Fiasco

The unfortunate news of WNBA player Brittney Griner has garnered many reactions from athletes and other personalities around the world. Several current and former tennis players, including Martina Navratilova, have reacted to the news, as the basketball player has been sentenced to a 9-year prison verdict due to the possession of marijuana. Meanwhile, Navratilova recently posted about the judicial system and law of both America and Russia, as she shared one example similar to Griner’s.

Martina Navratilova talked about the ‘justice’ system of America. Navratilova took to Twitter and wrote.

“Perspective. We stink here in the US but pretend we are holier than thou to the world… EVERYBODY who is in prison in US for marijuana should be released with no record whatsoever. Then we can bitch about the rest of the world…” She tweeted.

Notably, Navratilova shared the story of Tameka Drummer.

Navratilova will be back on the commentary desk at the US Open 2022.

When it comes to tennis, Navratilova is one of the true experts in the game. Recently, we saw her at the Wimbledon Championships, giving her opinion on different matches. Unfortunately, She caught the Covid and was sidelined, she will be back at the US Open.

Navratilova's friendship with Chris Evert.

Apart from Navratilova, we could also see Chris Evert on the expert panel. Notably, both Evert and Navratilova had a fantastic rivalry during their playing days, possibly the best rivalry in tennis. Despite the rivalry, they always had a great friendship on the court, which is still going strong.

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