Before heading to the end-of-season Masters in Turin (Italy), Frenchman Édouard Roger-Vasselin qualified for the doubles final of the Masters 1000 in Paris on Saturday with his Mexican partner Santiago Gonzalez.
Roger-Vasselin and Gonzalez qualified for the final by beating the pair of Briton Joe Salisbury and American Rajeev Ram 6-3, 6-3. The Frenchman will play his seventh Masters 1000 final, his first in Paris.
As for the Masters, “ERV” will play it in doubles for the third time, at 39 years old, with a third different partner. He reached the semi-finals there in 2014 with Julien Benneteau and the final in 2020 with the Austrian Jürgen Melzer. In 2024, with the objective of the Paris Olympic Games, Roger-Vasselin will partner in doubles with Nicolas Mahut on the circuit, the latter announced Friday evening on social networks.