In a sweeping move to isolate and condemn Russia after invading Ukraine, the International Olympic Committee urged sports bodies to exclude the country's athletes and officials from international events.
Their rapid action over the race comes after defending world champion Max Verstappen and four-time champion Sebastian Vettel had publicly declared at testing in Barcelona their opposition to driving in the race.
Paris will host this season's Champions League final after Saint Petersburg was stripped of the match due to Russia's military invasion of Ukraine, UEFA announced on Friday.
"I know how much emotional trauma it leaves. In Serbia we all know what happened in 1999. In the Balkans we have had many wars in recent history. "However, I cannot support the decision of Wimbledon, I think it is crazy..."
Wimbledon has been heavily criticised by both the ATP and WTA as well as players like Nadal's great rival Novak Djokovic for implementing the ban due to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
"For months I have been working with my team on a charity initiative for Ukraine to support those who suffer because of the war," French Open champion Swiatek said in a statement on social media on Wednesday.
"I'm not a superstar so I'm helping with what I can. And it's a lot to them, and for me that's huge motivation to play."
Netrebko, 50, said she was "neither a member of a political party nor am I linked to any leader of Russia" and admitted that she "recognises and regrets that my actions and statements in the past could in part be misconstrued."
Schwarzenegger tells the troops in the video, "Your lives, your limbs, your futures are being sacrificed for a war condemned by the entire world.”