"The England team represents EVERYTHING THAT YOU DO NOT: tolerance, diversity, equality, humanity, empathy, SUCCESS. Just FUCK OFF with your plastic patriotism," one Twitter user shouted at Boris Johnson.
One paper argued England was trying to make up for the “humiliation” of Brexit and said Boris Johnson’s wife looks “like his carer”.
“You should be very proud of yourself. The country is proud of you."
Misspelling Raducanu’s last name, Piers Morgan said the 18-year-old tennis player, who quit on breathing problems grounds, "couldn’t handle the pressure and quit when she was losing badly."
“They have been pushy to an extent, not just in tennis but in everything. I think that I’ve developed that mentality since a young age," UK tennis player Emma Raducanu said.
The person behind the fundraiser said he wanted to show that “not everyone in the UK is horrible”.
“My body is shaking. All I can think about is Christian’s family and what they must be going through," Spanish footballer Cesc Fabregas said.
“The prime minister respects the rights of all people to peacefully protest and make their feelings known about injustices," Johnson's spokesperson said.
This year’s Games reflect the world’s common efforts to defeat the current pandemic.