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Two million lived the anthology match, and its restriction, between Nadal and Djokovic

They already knew they were lucky to be able to attend a tennis match at Roland Garros in Paris, despite the limited number of spectators in the stands of Stade Philippe Chatrier. They now know that they are fortunate to attend the semi-final between Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal. Justin and Jordan will long remember this legendary match that saw the Spaniard, who won thirteen years old, oust the Grand Slam.

In theory, spectators can only attend the fencing until 11pm, according to the curfew imposed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. But at 10:40 p.m., as Justin and Jordan left for a cab, news broke: The exception is allowed to continue the end of the semi-finals. “It was such a shame they missed it, they were great [les organisateurs, ndlr] And we were able to take advantage of the end of the game. We had left the stadium because we booked a taxi before the curfew, but We were called to tell us to turn around and go back to the standsJordan says.

When we left the first time we were really very disappointed. We wanted to keep the enthusiasm on the field and for the players. When we got the phone call to tell us we could go back there, that was the big feeling! _We didn’t believe it at first. Finally we ran_. It was magical. People were wondering but it was greatJustin laughs, delighted to live that final an hour ago in the Roland Garros edition, really like no other.

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