Roland Garros marked many career firsts’ for Wilson Tour Team Players.
Using his [K]Six-One Tour racket, Roger Federer made tennis history as he captured his 1st Roland Garros title, completing the Career Slam. With this well-deserved and long-awaited victory at the French Open, Federer now owns 14 Grand Slam titles tying Wilson legend Pete Sampras’ record.
Juan Martin Del Potro used his [K]Six-One 95 to demonstrate why he is the ATP Tour World#5 and a legitimate all-surface title contender by reaching his 1st Grand Slam semifinal before losing to Federer in an epic five set match.
German Philipp Kohlschreiber grinded his way through the draw with his [K]Blade 98 to take down Djokovic and reach his 1st career Grand Slam Quarterfinal.
Crowd favorite Jo-Wilfried Tsonga gave Parisians a lot to cheer for as he reached the Round of 16 at Roland Garros for the 1st time in his career before falling to Del Potro in four sets.
In the Women’s Draw, Sorana Cirstea swung her [K]Blade 98 to make her way through the draw and defeat three seeded players, Jankovic, Cornet and Wozniacki, en route to reaching her 1st Grand Slam Quarterfinal.
“Wilson is proud of all our Tour Team players and their accomplishments,” said Massimo Calvelli, Wilson Racquet Sports Global Tour Director. “There is a great sense of achievement to know we were able to help our players achieve their goals and we look forward to these players continuing to reach new career heights.”
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