Christophe Roger-Vasselin

Christophe Roger-Vasselin

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Christophe Roger-Vasselin (born July 8, 1957 in London, England) is a former tennis player from France.

Vasselin won two doubles titles during his professional career. Notably in his singles career, he reached the semi-finals of Roland Garros in 1983, (beating no.1 seed Jimmy Connors in the quarterfinals), but lost to eventual champion and compatriot Yannick Noah. The right-hander reached his highest singles ATP-ranking on August 1, 1983, when he became the World Number 39.

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