July 23, 2024

Open Court

MORE TENNIS THAN YOU'LL EVER NEED

Roland Garros wild cards announced

With less than a week to go before the qualifying begins at this year’s edition of Roland Garros – and less than two weeks until the start of the main draw – the French Tennis Federation announced its wild cards Tuesday.

There are six on both the men’s and women’s sides, not counting the reciprocal wild cards given to the USTA and Tennis Australia.

Michael Mmoh and Katie Volynets won the USTA wild card playoffs to earn those passes on the American side.

Women’s singles

–Tessah Andrianjafitrimo (Age 23, No. 144)
–Fiona Ferro (Age 25, No. 139)
–Elsa Jacquemot (Age 19, No. 229)
–Léolia JeanJean (Age 26, No. 223)
–Chloe Paquet (Age 27, No. 101)
–Harmony Tan (Age 24, No. 115)

Men’s singles

–Grégoire Barrere (Age 28, No. 210)
–Manuel Guinard (Age 26, No. 158)
–Corentin Moutet (Age 23, No. 126)
–Lucas Pouille (Age 28, No. 165)
–Gilles Simon (Age 37, No. 160)
–Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (Age 37, No. 263)

This will be the final Roland Garros for both Tsonga and Simon.

Qualifying wild cards

Women

Audrey Albie (Age 27, No. 438)
Océane Babel (Age 18, No. 661)
Loïs Boisson (Age 18, No. 524)
Emeline Dartron (Age 22, No. 451)
Selma Djoubri (Age 19, No. 426)
Selena Janicijevic (Age 19, No. 344)
Carole Monnet (Age 20, No. 266)
Lucie Nguyen Tan (Age 18, No. 615)
Alice Rame (Age 24, No. 345)

Men

Arthur Cazaux (Age 19, No. 308)
Sean Cuenin (Age 18, No. 595)
Gabriel Debru (Age 16, No. 782)
Arthur Fils (Age 17, No. 405)
Evan Furness (Age 23, No. 214)
Sasha Gueymard Wayenburg (Age 18, No. 587)
Laurent Lokoli (Age 27, No. 278)
Clément Tabur (Age 22, No. 360)
Luca Van Assche (Age 17, No. 377)

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