|Agnieszka Radwanska. Source|
A cautiously-worded news article, "Radwanska Disappointed by Fan Reaction in Israel," is followed by posts protesting the cautious wording. As one put it, "I don't understand this article. There is no information whatsoever. It basically says that something has happened. It's completely useless." Another says, "They cannot say what happened, because that would be considered anti-semitism if they said that Israeli fans behaved bad." That article is found here.
It's interesting to see how the Bangkok Post describes the event. It's not about the alleged word "slut," but, rather, Polish anti-Semitism: "This time though, in the context of reports that sections of the Israeli crowd made noisy allegations about anti-Semitism in Poland, Radwanska's remarks had a far more sombre tinge." That story is here.
How about the Polish press? I'm saddened by this inappropriately breast-beating comment, below. If Radwanska was verbally abused as is alleged, it is she who deserves an apology, not Israel; it is the Israeli fans who are at fault, not Poles or Poland.
"I believe that Israel is a beautiful country, great tradition, great people, great history. We always need more to understand them for what they encountered on our territory without our fault, but it happened. We should not make a fuss over what happened on the court, because if someone is going to read about it in New York or Toronto, or Paris, you think that in some way our team, we Poles, were not without fault" source
Thank you to Hanna for informing me of this story.