Tsitsipas brothers qualify for doubles at 2024 Paris Olympics


Stefanos and Petros Tsitsipas have stormed into the mixed doubles quarter-finals at the French Open after defeating France’s Gregoire Jacq and Manuel Guinard.

The Greek brothers prevailed after an hour and 20 minutes of play with a 7-6(2), 6-2 win over their French opponents.

With their win, the Tsitsipas brothers also managed to secure qualification for the 2024 Paris Olympic Games, which will take place in summer at the same stadiums as the French Open.

The Greek duo will next face Marcelo Arevalo (El Salvador) and Mate Pavic (Croatia) in the quarter-finals of the French Open.

Source: zougla.gr.




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