The first Longines French Open French Open wild card round-robin held a week-long youth round-robin, and today announced the list of winners. Cori ‘Coco’ Gauff, 13, from Delray Beach, Florida, and Michael Heller, 16, from Boca Raton, Florida, will travel to Paris next month, and join other five The winners of each country compete against each other to qualify for the wild card round-robin round. The six contestants will compete in Paris, and the winners will win the wild card qualification for the French Open Youth Round Robin.
Coco was awarded the women’s trophy by Olympic and professional tennis player Christina McHale. Michael was awarded the men’s trophy by the 1996 French Open Junior Junior Men’s Doubles Championship and tennis star Sebastien Grosjean. The French Tennis Association’s representative Lucas Dubourg awarded the winners a symbolic boarding pass, implying that they were about to embark on a journey to France. Longines’ US marketing and PR manager Yukiko Toyoshima is responsible for presenting the women’s runner-up trophy to Victoria Flores. The American Tennis Association Junior Director Bill Mountford is responsible for the men’s runner-up runner Matthew Tsolakyan.
Coco Gauff, who turned 13 last month, did not lose a game throughout the round robin. She challenged 18-year-old Victoria Flores from Fort Dodge, Iowa to stage a match between the youngest and the oldest contestants. She won 6-2 and 6-1 straight. Michael Heller is a sophomore in high school from Boca Raton, Florida. His opponent was 16-year-old Matthew Tsolakyan from Glendale, California, and Michael won 6-4, 6-3.
The round-robin tournament, held at the Boca West Country Club from April 19th to 22nd, was organized by the French Open, the French Tennis Association, and the American Tennis Association. The playoffs in Paris will begin on May 25. After practice day, May 26 entered the round-robin stage, and the final was held on May 27. The French Open Tennis Tournament will be held from June 4th to 10th.
To celebrate the opening of the tournament, the French Open men’s singles trophy Coupe des Mousquetaires and women’s singles trophy Coupe Suzanne Lenglen will be shopping in multiple locations, including Miami South Florida and Boca Raton, including Longines Miami Aventura during the round robin The display in the center store gave tennis fans the opportunity to take photos with these two famous trophies.
The French Open wild card tournament is held in six countries. Participants are top young tennis players from all over the country. They are divided into men and women. Players face each other from February to April to compete for the French Open youth Eligibility for the round robin. The winner of the United States must face the challenges of Brazil, China, Japan, South Korea and India winners in the Paris playoffs. The winner will eventually qualify for the wild card to play in the French Tennis Open Youth Round Robin.