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Paris 2024 Olympics: What if we played tennis at the Games without the Blues?

This observation made us smile. Our little pleasure with a hint of bad faith when it comes to talking about tennis and the (pathetic) results in France. This has been going on for forty-one years. In other words, life. We will not forget the emotions we felt on that blessed Sunday in June 1983 when, at the age of 14, we had the honor of discovering Roland Garros and being excited by everything that Yannick Noah was broadcasting at that time.

He was more than a tennis player. He was a champion, he was an ambition, a destiny that was written. On this day of the final against Wilander, he played for himself, for his family, for history. And even for me. Perhaps (surely) this was what others were motivated by, and perhaps (surely) it had nothing to do with the fact that we were here on yet another Sunday to revive and share it all.

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Source: Le Parisien

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