Tag: Roland Garros

Alcaraz y Nadal

Alcaraz and Nadal, another dream in Paris, 40 days later

PARIS – Carlos Alcaraz had it well in mind on his night of glory at Roland Garros: there were 40 days to go before returning to the Bois de Boulogne to pursue another dream, the Olympics, and this time hand

Stefanos Tsitsipas, from Greek god to Haitian zombie

PARIS – Stefanos Tsitsipas probably doesn’t know who Ronald Agenor was, the greatest Haitian tennis player in history, a talent from the 1980s who rose to No. 22 in the world. But the Greek is well informed about what ‘voodoo’

An enigma, a hit and a miss from Djokovic

Twelve years ago, in 2012, Ion Tiriac ordered salt to be thrown on the brand new blue clay courts with which the Madrid tournament intended to surprise the world. He did so on the night before the tournament began, appealing