Roland Garros day 3 Recap: Tsonga gives emotions, Federer wanted to be in Paris!



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Roland Garros day 3 Recap: Tsonga gives emotions, Federer wanted to be in Paris!

Exciting day at the Roland Garros 2022, especially for what Jo-Wilfried tsonga gave, in his last match as a professional tennis player. Jo-Wilfred Tsonga ended his adventure as a professional tennis player on the Philippe-Chatrier center court in the 2022 edition of Roland Garros.

The Frenchman also fought in his last match against a fearsome Casper Ruud, going one step away from taking the match to the fifth set: a match that gave him the right recognition for the various goals achieved. At the end of the match, the great and moving party in honor of him was held, with the participation of the other transalpine athletes currently in circulation and the absolute protagonist audience, dedicating a truly creepy standing ovation to him.

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Meanwhile, the great absentee, Roger Federer, Interviewed by NOS Sport, said he can't wait to get back on the pitch and wished he were in Paris: "I'm happy with my progress.

I would have liked to have played Roland Garros or any other tournament in this moment, but it will take some more time. I have had several knee problems in the last couple of years, but things are going well now. Everyone in the family is fine and I am happy.

" The decision taken by the Wimbledon organizers and the sanctions applied by the ATP and the WTA cannot but involve Daniil Medvedev. The former world number one will not be able to take the court on the lawns of the All England Club: "First of all, I want to focus on Roland Garros, where I can play.

I know the decision of the ATP, it is not easy to comment. 'ATP the reasons why they made this decision, explained the situation very well and did not just say: Ok, this is our choice. I found what they said very logical.

This is what I did not find in the explanations given to us by Wimbledon. I'm not saying the ATP's decision is correct, but at least they were clear. I found the ATP's decision much more logical. "