I am leaving wiki temporarily . There is one editor in particular insistent on making a pest of themselves. This has happened in the past. They don't let a subject drop and the more you ignore them, the more persistent they get. Then Wiki ceases to be fun. I don't have children and don't work with children for a reason - to keep away from this behavior. I avoid adults who try to involve me in drama. I left Wiki for five or so years the last time and will leave this time as long as I need to this time. I just want to wiki in peace but some refuse to let me. Bye.
If I tagged your page for deletion, there is a reason for it. Don't get defensive - look honestly at the article and look for ways to improve it. Remember, not everyone reading your article knows as much about the subject as you do. Writing 101 - that should be one of the first things you learn when you learn to write a term paper as a teenager - assume the reader knows nothing about the subject and tell them everything they need to know. That includes giving appropriate sources when available. Telling me John Smith is a player for XYZ team in ABC country and plays DEF position doesn't tell me why John is wiki worthy. Telling me John has been named MVP, has several records in his sport and so on tells me he is notable.