Tennis:’Road-trip Marco’ runs out of gas in Paris
PARIS (Reuters) – Marco Trungelliti’s Roland Garros journey got here to an finish on Wednesday, when the Argentine who made an 11th-hour, 1,000km rent automobile sprint together with his 88-year-old granny to succeed in the event on time, lastly ran out of gasoline.
Trungelliti, who drove from Barcelona together with his grandmother, mom and youthful brother to register as a Fortunate Loser to assert a spot in the primary draw, was crushed 6-1 7-6(1) 6-1 by Italian Marco Cecchinato.
It was a low-key exit for the person who had been the discuss of the event, however having crushed Australia’s Bernie Tomic in his opener, his exploits over the previous few days have earned him 79,000 euros ($91,860).
Reporting by Ossian Shine; Enhancing by Alison Williams