Davidovich is holding back the French tennis dream


Forty years after the title of Yannick Noahthe last of a French player in the men’s singles draw at Roland Garros, tennis players of the quality of Cédric Pioline, Guy Forge, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Gael Monfils or Richard Gasquet. Many, have great technique but lack that extra something that differentiates the rest of the champions from the great athletes.

The local public knows that another edition will long for that hero wearing wristbands with the Cameroon flag, honoring his origins, who also made a career as a singer.

No French tennis player has title options among men. Eyes focused on Caroline Garcia, in a competitive female box. And also with the prompt support of the sun to add happiness.

The hope is to create a new Gallic pearl, Arthur Philsdebutant at 18 (world number 63) after winning the ATP title in Lyon last Saturday, beating the Argentine in the final Francisco Cerundolo.

It raised passions, which brought the Spaniards down Alexander Davidovich defeated ‘Next Gen’ 6-1, 4-6, 6-3 and 6-3 in 2h.48′ of play on the charming Simonne Mathieu Court, located in the botanical garden.

The man from Malaga, 25 years old and number 34, finished fourth in the 2021 edition. He has the quality and experience to calm his rival’s spirit and convictions. You will experience a similar situation if your next opponent enters Luca Van Ascheanother 19-year-old Frenchman in the top-100 had to overtake the then Italian Marco Cecchinato.

The goal is to reach the third round against Novak Djokovictighten the rope.

Source: La Verdad


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