Edouard Roger-Vasselin

Born in 1983 in Gennevilliers, Edouard Roger Vasselin is the son of Christophe Roger Vasselin, also a professional tennis player, semi-finalist of the Roland Garros in 1983, against Yannick Noah. He was champion of France (category 17-18) in 2011 and triple team champion from 2004 to 2006. He is also an excellent doubles player.

After his good performances in 2007 in the Roland Garros and in Wimbledon, Edouard Roger Vasselin made part of the Top 10 for the first time, ranked n. 87. Then, in 2012, he won his first ATP tournament in doubles at the Open de Montpellier, then at the Open 13 and finally at the Open de Moselle. It’s the beginning of an extraordinary doubles career. In 2013, in single matches, he reached his first ATP final at the Debray Beach tournament, after beating  John Isner, but lost against Ernests Gulbis. On the same year, he reached the semi-finals of Wimbledon in double matches. In 2014, he won the Roland Garros doubles tournament with Julien Benneteau, then obtained the best ranking of his career for doubles (6th place). On that same year, he was ranked n. 35 in singles, his best ATP ranking. In Wimbledon 2016, the couple Roger-Vasselin / Benneteau reached the final of the Grand Chelem, but failed against another French couple, Pierre-Hugue Herbert and Nicolas Mahut.

Edouard Roger-Vasselin already knows the Open Deauville-Trouville Vital Epargne tournament, as this is his third participation.

- Best singles ranking: n. 35 (10/02/2014)
- Best doubles ranking: n. 6 (03/11/2014)
- 14 doubles titles
- Victories against members of the international top 10: Juan Martin Del Potro, Stanislas Wawrinka