The crowd cheers as Santiago González (Mex) and Edouard Roger-Vasselin (FRA) win the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo doubles title in Los Cabos against Dominik Koepfer (DEU) and Andrew Harris (AUS).
Let’s go, Roger! Let’s go, Santiago! During the match, fans noticed that the score on the screen was constantly changing. Ultimately, the Mexican and the Frenchman won 6-4, 7-5 after an hour and 23 minutes of play.
“Winning the title in Mexico was a goal, and to achieve it today is a dream come true. With Edouard’s help, we did a good job and were very happy at the end of the day. I am satisfied to win at home finally, trophy number 21, and to continue having a great year.” Santiago Gonzalez commented after the game.
Santiago won his second title in Mexico after winning the Acapulco Open 500 with Poland’s Mariusz Fyrstenberg in 2015.
In the singles match between Stefanos Tsitsipas (GR) and Alex de Miñaur (AUS), the ball flew, and the rackets moved up and down and spun.
The players’ movement strategies were impressive, and the crowd was divided in cheering for Alex and Stefanos. Each player had a connection with the Mexican public due to their effort and energy on the field.
The Greek secured his tenth title on Mexican soil with a commanding victory in 87 minutes, dominating the final with a 6-3, 6-4 scoreline.
“The trophy will have a special place in my house. I’ll take the positives from the week. I think I had good matches, and it’s the beginning. We experienced some good tennis, good competition. I’m happy to leave with the trophy and the title,” said Stefanos Tsitsipas in conference after his final.
Tsitsipas won all four matches in Los Cabos and pledged to prioritize future visits to Mexico.