Tennis. Roland-Garros – The pill does not pass for Alice Robbe, forgotten by Roland

Tennis. Roland-Garros – The pill does not pass for Alice Robbe, forgotten by Roland
Tennis. Roland-Garros – The pill does not pass for Alice Robbe, forgotten by Roland

The allocation of wild cards to Roland Garros always makes people happy and unhappy. Among the players left aside by the organization, Alice Robbe, 24 years old and 303rd at the WTA. The Norman had hopes of participating in the qualifications for the Parisian Grand Slam, as in 2023, where she performed well by reaching the third round of qualifying. It is not so. Eliminated in the first round of the $75,000 Saint-Gaudens and absent from Roland Garros, she will experience a drastic drop in ranking in the coming days. Hard to swallow.

THE INTERVIEW, Alice Robbe spoke with Tennis -

“Thank you to those who are and will always be with me”

Despite a mixed start to the season like the last four tournaments ended abruptly in the first round, Alice Robbe had some arguments to put forward to hope to receive an invitation to Porte d’Auteuil. A third round at Roland-Garros, a bronze medal at the University Games: Alice had an exceptional 2023 season. She’s in more trouble right now so isn’t this a good time to give her an invitation?” indicated his trainer Sébastien Torrent for West France at the start of the week. On her social networks, the young Habs published a definition of the word “resilience” accompanied by angry and sad emojis. A resilience that will be necessary to straighten up our heads after this devastating blow. 303rd in the WTA rankings, she will be outside the top 350 next Monday, then will lose her points. Roland Garros.

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