Who Served It Up At Roland Garros?

A French Open champion at last, and the first man since the 1960’s to win four consecutive championships, Novak Djokovic dropped, with his racket on the red clay, marked the career Grand Slam of his life. After days of heavy rain with cancelled matches and unpredictable weather, Roland Garros came to a close, as Djokovic beat Andy Murray departing with his “La coupe des Mousquetaires” a victorious trophy he long yearned for.

 

Where Murray came short, Garibine Muguruza upped Serena Williams winning her first clay court just a day earlier. Now that Roland Garros is over, all other qualifying athletes prepare to head for the next championships on June 27th.  Stay tuned for more coverage as we follow the biggest tennis spectator of them all – the Maclaren Ace. Much like the champions of Roland Garros begin the next countdown, our very own champion on wheels heads to London, only this time in the oldest and most prestigious tennis championships in the world:  Wimbledon.   Photograph by @medhattariq

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