Arevalo and Pavic Capture Men’s Doubles Title at Roland-Garros

Arevalo and Pavic Capture Men’s Doubles Title at Roland-Garros

The Salvadoran Marcelo Arevalo (ATP 13 in doubles) and the Croatian Mate Pavic (ATP 21 in doubles) won the Roland-Garros tournament in men’s doubles early Saturday evening in Paris. The pair won in two sets 7-5, 6-3 in 1h32 against a 100% Italian pair composed of Simone Bolelli (ATP 23 in doubles) and Andrea Vavassori (ATP 20 in doubles).

In the first set, after a tight set, Arevalo and Pavic made the break at the best moment, breaking the Italian pair at 6-5 to win the first set with a score of 7-5 and avoid a tie-break.

In the second set, Arevalo and Pavic did it again by taking the Italians’ serve at 4-3, allowing them to lead 5-3 and serve for the trophy, which they managed to do by converting their second ball match.

The Italians, already unfortunate finalists at the Australian Open this year, missed the mark once again. Simone Bolelli, 38, had already won a Grand Slam tournament, with Fabio Fognini, in 2015, at the Australian Open while Andrea Vavassori, 29, is still chasing a first Grand Slam doubles title.

Marcelo Arevalo, winner of Roland-Garros in men’s doubles in 2022, with Jean-Julien Rojer (ATP 24 in doubles), Dutch player, as partner, repeated the performance by winning his second Grand Slam tournament in doubles.

Mate Pavic won his 7th Grand Slam title (4 in men’s doubles and 3 in mixed doubles), his first at Roland-Garros, after two defeats in the men’s doubles final (2018 and 2022) and two defeats in the final of the mixed double (2018, 2019) on Parisian ocher.

2024-06-08 17:58:48
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