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Jo-Wilfried Tsonga made history at the Moselle Open 2019

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga made history at the Moselle Open 2019

The Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga became the first person to win four titles in the ATP 250 in Metz, France.

After 2:47 minutes, Jo Wilfried Tsonga defeated Aljaz Bedene with the score 6-7 (4), 7-6 (4), 6-3 to win the championship. On the way to the top, Tsonga lost only 4 points out of a total of 53 serves.

He went down in history when he became the first tennis player to win four titles of Moselle Open, after 2011, 2012 and 2015. A year ago, Tsonga returned to play after 7 months of surgery on his left knee. Moselle Open 2019 is the second ATP title of this season, after Montpellier in February.

Since Gael Monfils won the tournament 11 years ago, only two non-French players won the silver cup at Metz, namely David Goffin (2014) and Peter Gojowczyk (2017).

The Moselle Open Championship 2019 brought Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 90,390 euros in bonuses and 250 cumulative points, helping him jump 22 places to stand at 39 on the current ATP rankings.