End of the dream for Mexicans at Roland Garros

The journey of Miguel Reyes Varela and Santiago González at Roland Garros is over. The two Mexican rackets had reached the third round in the doubles modality with their respective partners and in little more than 24 hours later, both fell on the historic French clay.

Reyes Varela and his duo Aleksandr Nedovésov lost in straight sets 5-7 and 4-6 to the number one seeded pair in the tournament formed by the British Skupski and the Dutch Koolhof. On the other hand, Santi and the French Roger-Vasselin could not in three sets with the Belgians Vliegen and Gille (7-5, 6-7 and 7-6).

Taken from Twitter: @FMTmex

Good sensations

Despite the elimination of both players, both González and Reyes Varela put Mexico on the world tennis map a bit. Notably, Little by little, our country has promoted the white sport with high-level tournaments.

The WTA Open in Guadalajara, the Los Cabos Open and the Acapulco Open sIt is the strong cards of the Mexican organizers at present, in addition to some exhibition duels that have taken place in Mexico City.

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