France's last Slam winner Yannick Noah blasts white 'silence' over racism

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Yannick Noah, the last French winner of a Grand Slam tennis title, has lashed out at "the silence" of his white compatriots over racism. Noah said he was concerned that the sportsmen in France condemning police brutality and discrimination in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd in the United States were all black. The 60-year-old, a son of a Cameroonian father and French mother, saluted the stands taken by fellow tennis players Gael Monfils and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga as well as World Cup winning footballer Kylian Mbappe. "It's good that the young people are involved, but what bothers me is that they are all either mixed-race or black," Noah, who captured the Roland Garros title in...

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