Heading into the French Open, the previously world No. 5 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga said his competition would be the final. Before bidding adieu to his tennis shoes, in any case, the 37-year-old was enthusiastic to put on an appearance at Roland-Garros, and he pushed world No. 8 Casper Ruud all through their first-round experience, and was near to constraining a decider before a shoulder damage crushed his hopes.
Jo-Wilfred Tsonga’s French Open dream crashes in account of injury
A teary eyes Jo-Wilfred Tsonga signs off Chatrier