Taberner and Zapata go to the final table of Roland Garros

Carlos Taberner, during a men's MAPFRE League match.

Carlos Taberner and Bernabé Zapata will play in the final draw at Roland Garros after winning their matches in the last round of the qualifying phase, in a day in which Nuria Parrizas could not complete the full Spanish.

Taberner sealed his pass to the final table of Roland Garros after sweeping the Brazilian João Menezes 6-1 and 6-0 in just one hour of match. In this way, the Valencian will play for the second time in the final table of the Parisian tournament after doing so in 2018.

The one who will make his debut at Roland Garros and will play his first final phase in a Grand Slam will be Bernabé Zapata. The Valencian beat Australian Marc Polmans in two sets 6-4 and 6-0 in one hour and 21 minutes and it will be measured with the big tennis rackets in the Bolonia Forest.

One step away from this final painting has remained Nuria Parrizas. The Spanish could not with the Georgian Ekaterine Gorgodze, who prevailed in the decisive match by 6-3 and 6-4 and will not play in the final table of Roland Garros unless he enters as a ‘lucky loser’ due to injury or resignation of a player at the last minute.

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