Trevisan and Giorgi in the second week of Roland Garros. It hadn’t happened since 2015, the Italian coach: “It took work and patience, and the others will arrive too”
Once upon a time there were Schiavone, Pennetta, Errani and Vinci. Golden times of women’s tennis, when Grand Slams and Fed Cups were won, it was a collection of trophies in series. But even the most extraordinary cycles have an end, leaving that sense of bewilderment that makes you say, “What now?”. And now there are Martina Trevisan and Camila Giorgi in the second week of Roland Garros after seven years, since Flavia Pennetta and Sara Errani succeeded.