It couldn’t have been for Santiago González and his duo Édouard Roger-Vasselin in the tennis cathedral. The Mexican along with the Frenchman were surpassed in the round of 16 at Wimbledon and they were left with the desire to consecrate themselves in a Grand-Slam.
After two very good displays in the first and second round, González and Roger-Vasselin They faced each other with the German duo made up of Krawietz and Puetz, who with a 6-4, 3-6 and 6-3 They eliminated the aforementioned. With this, both the Mexican and the French have not been able to emulate what was done last April when they were crowned in the Masters 1000 in Miami.
Great year for the Mexican
Despite the latest result, González has rubbed shoulders with the best of white sports and has paid very well in recent months. Quarterfinals at the Barcelona Open, semifinal at the Madrid Open, semifinal at the Queen’s Club and another semifinal at the Mallorca Open the one born in Córdoba, Veracruz along with Roger-Vasselin has reaped.
All these results are reflected in his rise in the ATP doubles ranking, The Mexican is currently 11th in the world and if he continues with the good streak, he could reach the top 10 this year.