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Jean-Paul Loth's advice for restoring French tennis: “Spain is the absolute model”

2024-02-20T15:41:51.134Z

Highlights: French tennis is slowly regaining color, but we are still far from a Grand Slam title. While our European neighbors, such as Spain, Italy or Switzerland, dominate or have dominated world tennis for many years, France is still looking for its champion. The last French player to have won a major men's title remains Yannick Noah, at Roland-Garros, in 1983. Jean-Paul Loth is also chomping at the bit, but sees avenues for improvement. “Spain is the absolute model”.


The former player, who was national technical director and captain of the French Davis Cup team, believes that the absence of French people in the


French tennis is slowly regaining color, but we are still far from a Grand Slam title.

While our European neighbors, such as Spain, Italy or Switzerland, dominate or have dominated world tennis for many years, France is still looking for its champion.

The last French player to have won a major men's title remains Yannick Noah, at Roland-Garros, in 1983.

National technical director of the French Tennis Federation that year, before becoming a consultant for Eurosport, a role that he will abandon after the 2024 Olympic Games, Jean-Paul Loth is also chomping at the bit, but sees avenues for improvement. 'improvement.

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Source: leparis

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