French professional tennis player Édouard Roger-Vasselin specializes largely in doubles. On November 28, 1983, he was born in Gennevilliers, France. His height is 1.88 m.
He won the men’s doubles title at the 2014 French Open, earning his first Grand Slam victory. He also placed second at the Wimbledon Championships in 2016 and 2019 with Julien Benneteau and Nicolas Mahut, respectively.
In November 2014, Roger-Vasselin climbed to his highest-ever doubles position of No. 6 in the world. He has won 22 doubles ATP Tour championships, including the 2015 Cincinnati Masters with Daniel Nestor. His highest singles ranking was No. 35 in the world, which he attained in February 2014. He also placed second at the 2013 Delray Beach Open and 2014 Chennai Open.
The French Open, Wimbledon Championships, and the Australian Open in 2014 were Roger-greatest Vasselin’s Grand Slam singles results, and he also advanced to the third round of the French Open in 2007. His father, Christophe Roger-Vasselin, was a semifinalist in the 1983 French Open.
In the finals of the Masters 1000 series competition at Indian Wells, Roger-Vasselin and his partner Santiago Gonzáles fell to John Isner and Jack Sock. Thus, Roger-Vasselin became just the second athlete to advance to a Masters 1000 final following significant hip surgery.
In this exclusive group, Roger-Vasselin joins Bob Bryan, who underwent hip surgery last year. Dave Marshall served as the coach for the Bryan Brothers, Gonzáles, and Roger-Vasselin throughout those races.
Édouard Roger-Vasselin Parents: Meet Christophe Roger-Vasselin and Alexandrine Verduijn
Edouard Roger-Vasselin is the son of a former tennis player, Christophe Roger-Vasselin who won two double titles during his professional career and Alexandrine Verduijn.