Disappointing Performance at Roland-Garros
The 2023 edition of Roland-Garros didn’t bring much luck to the French. Just like two years ago, no player, male or female, managed to make it past the second round of the Parisian Grand Slam tournament. This result is obviously disappointing, especially for Gaël Monfils, who couldn’t defend his chances after an injury following his victory in the first match. For Richard Gasquet, things stopped at the first round this year, even though he has reached the quarterfinals in the past. Beaten by his compatriot Arthur Rinderknech, the native of Béziers (Hérault) must have been disappointed with his performance, even if, at 36 years old, he still performs at the highest level.
Richard Gasquet’s Retirement Plans
Closer to the end than to the beginning, Richard Gasquet even mentioned a hypothetical retirement after his defeat at Roland-Garros. “It’s not impossible to play here next year. It’s clear that finishing here is the best. If I had to choose, it would be here,” he reflects today. While waiting to join Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Gilles Simon, the two last French stars to have hung up their rackets, the athlete enjoys his last years, but also the new romance he started a while ago.
Romantic Evening at the Eiffel Tower
Rather discreet about his private life, the tennis player is currently in a beautiful romance with a beautiful brunette named Clémentine. The first picture together dates back to March 2022, during a romantic trip to California, and since then, everything seems to be going well. Mother of two daughters, the pretty brunette likes to share moments of life on her Instagram account and that’s exactly what she did this Tuesday, June 6. Staying in Paris, Richard Gasquet took some days off to enjoy a beautiful evening with his lover at the famous Jules Vernes restaurant, located on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower, nothing less! “Love and food,” joked his companion in the caption of several photos of this beautiful evening for two. If he must be disappointed with his performance at Roland-Garros this year, Richard Gasquet has found the best remedy to cheer himself up!