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Wimbledon: “for the Thunasse!” the Money ! A Frenchman Stands Out After His Victory

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Maxime Janvier, currently involved in the Wimbledon qualifiers, reached the third round, getting his hands on a nice jackpot. The French player knows it and he stood out with his celebration.

Without wooden language. After winning his decisive point against American Emilio Nava in the second round of Wimbledon qualifying , only one thing seemed to satisfy Frenchman Maxime Janvier.

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Complicated financial situation.

“For the thunasse!” The money ! That’s it ,” exclaimed the French tennis player. By reaching the third round of qualifying for the British Grand Slam, he ensured that he received more than 40,000 pounds sterling, or close to €47,000. A nice sum, so important for Maxime Janvier, which can explain his celebration, which caused a lot of reaction on social networks.

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