The thing is, if it’s actually difficult to pronounce correctly it’s one thing (e.g. some Polish names and other Italian names). However when it’s actually easy and someone tells you how it’s pronounced, you’re just being pig-headeded. I’ve always had this issue, and whilst I don’t expect people to know how to say my name, if someone gives me this “we’re in Australia ■■■■” i’ll certainly be letting them know about it.
It’s easy to say “Richardo” instead of “Riccardo”, “Fanta-sia” instead of “Fan-taysia”. “Carachella”, instead of “Cara-sella”. “Tomich” instead of “Tomik” is another one, but they stupidly insisted on using incorrect pronunciation of their own surname in Australia.