Whether Radwanska was referring to political demonstrations from the Israeli crowd in Eilat or differences with the home team after Poland's 2-1 victory over Israel was left unspecified, but there was no mistaking Radwanska's feelings.
"I was really disappointed," she said, when asked why Poland's post-match press conference in Israel had been so spectacularly brief.
"I didn't really expect something like this to happen on the tour, especially when a lot of teams were there and a lot of top players, and, yeah, a couple of things happened.
"You know, it's always sad and always unfair, as well. I think it's not a responsible way to behave," she said.
Last year Radwanska caused a stir at the Qatar Open by complaining about world number one Victoria Azarenka's on-court behavior.
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 somber tinge.
Earlier she reached the last 16 in Doha with a 6-3, 6-2 over Anastasia Rodionova, a qualifier from Australia, and next plays Ana Ivanovic, the former world number one from Serbia.