Granollers and Zeballos were left without their Wimbledon titles again


The Spanish Marcel Granollers37 years old, and the Argentine Horace Zeballos, 38, should continue the quest in New York for the Grand Slam title missing from their doubles record. They lost their second Wimbledon final, victims of the top seeds, the Dutchman wesley koolhoff and the british Neil Spears 6-4 and 6-4 in 1h.16′, in the first final of the specialty in this three-set tournament, once the best-of-five format was also eliminated in the final match.

In 2021 it was the then unsurpassed Croats Metkic/Pavicnow cross the path of Granollers and Zeballos a pairing that produces Grand Slam winners.

Wimbledon men’s doubles will continue without a Spanish representative. Granollers, who lost to Zeballos in the 2019 final and did not win a prize at Roland Garros and the 2014 US Open, with marc lopezhe failed to become the sixth player from his country with Grand Slam crowns.

Marc, with whom he was ‘master’ in 2012, won Roland Garros Feliciano Lopez in 2016. Emilio Sanchez Vicario there are three ‘big ones’, two Sergio Casal and one Manolo Santana. the binomial Casal-Sánchez lost in the 1987 Wimbledon final, while Eduardo Flaquer and the Marquis of Gomar they left empty handed in 1923.

The challenge continues Granollers and a zeballos to claim to be the first Argentine Grand Slam champion in men’s doubles. Semifinalists on this course in Australia and Roland Garros, the US Open is their next big goal.

Source: La Verdad


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