Stan Wawrinka retains Geneva Open title, set for French Open

Stan Wawrinka wins the title in Geneva yet again. The Swiss tennis player is now poised to make a run at the 2017 French Open.

Stan Wawrinka is the current world No. 3 in men’s singles tennis.

He wins his second straight title at the Geneva Open. In the finals match at Geneva, he defeats Mischa Zverev in three sets to earn the title.

Wawrinka takes the finals meeting between he and Zverev 4-6, 6-3, 6-3.

Up next for the Swiss tennis star is the French Open. Wawrinka won the major tournament back in 2015 and has maintained his high ranking in men’s singles since then. He is poised to make a run at the Grand Slam event.

The finals match in Geneva lasted two hours and twenty minutes. Zverev also had a solid run in Geneva where he defeated second seeded Kei Nishikori. He too hopes to carry some of his own momentum into Roland Garros.

Stan Wawrinka is the third seed in men’s singles at the French Open. He faces Jozef Kovalik in his opening round match at Roland Garros. The win in Geneva puts him in a great position moving forward. As a former champion, there is no doubt that Wawrinka is a player to beat at the 2017 French Open. Stay tuned to see how he fares at the tournament.

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