Roland Garros has been kind

So today was a pretty good day for Wilson players.

Roger Federer is one match away from securing his place in tennis history after defeating fellow Wilson player Juan Martin Del Potro.  The road to the finals has not been an easy one for Federer and he has definitely shown all of the qualities a champion possesses.  Along with many people, Wilson will definitely be rooting  for him on Sunday!!

Congrats to Juan Martin Del Potro on a great tournament, reaching his 1st Grand Slam semifinals. We are proud of Juan Martin hitting this milestone and we look forward to seeing him play in many more, vying for titles.

Our juniors were also playing some great tennis today. We have at least one Wilson player represented in each of the junior finals!!! Very cool

French player Kristina Mladenovic ‘s huge serve and fantastic all around game helped her defeat Stephens 75 63 today. Kristina will definitely have the Parisians on her side as she takes on Gavrilova in the final on Sunday.

Daniel Berta defeated Laaksonen 64 75 to reach the Boys Singles final and will play Mina for the Boys Singles title.

Wilson player Elena Bogdan and partner Lertcheewakarn defeated Wilson player Ksenia Pervak and partner Buchina to reach the Girls Singles Finals.

Wilson player Guilherme Clezar and partner Huang will take on Dragnanja and Marcan for the Boys Doubles title.

All in all, Roland Garros was kind to our Wilson Tour Team players and we hope the trend continues through Sunday!!

Enjoy the matches and Go Wilson Team!!!

Until next time,


Roger Federer

Roger Federer

Juan Martin Del Potro

Juan Martin Del Potro

Daniel Berta

Daniel Berta

Kristina Mladenovic

Kristina Mladenovic

Roger Federer reaches the Men's Singles final (Photo by Getty Images)

Roger Federer

(Photo by Getty Images)


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