Hapic Wearwolf opens French Open, but who will wear a Lacoste Polo?

The day begun on court six which is next to court eight.  Hey, this is the French Open after all.

The Hapic Werewolf was annoying the players with his Kunst whistles.

Until he finally got a good back hand from Heather Watson (UK) who went on to win the match.

More Kunst whistles, but at least this time there was a bit of a distance.   Home grown Kristina Mladenovic (21) (France) beats N°2 world player.

Then the big players were on the center court

Andy Murry (UK) wins Erni 6-0, 6-0, 6-0  But it was an exciting match!

What does this have to do with mailart?  I'm not sure yet, but something is bound to come out of it.

Any takers?



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Comment by Valentine Mark Herman on May 30, 2014 at 10:17am

Well Dean, I did have a bad foot at the time. But now you've given away my TNT Post/La Poste, Roalnd Garros ramble.

Erni: round Sevilla oranges as they make excellent marmalade.

Comment by Dean aka Artist in Seine on May 30, 2014 at 8:07am

That's your car!   The handicap parking spot was a dead give away.

Comment by Valentine Mark Herman on May 29, 2014 at 11:10pm

Kristina is obviously sponsored by the Dutch postal service, TNT Post, as her, er knickers are in TNT Post's corporate colour: orange.

TNT Post, besides sponsoring, er, knickers at the French Open, also has links with the French postal service la Poste, as can de seen from this photo of a a TNT Post delivery van outside a La Poste office in the South of France:

(That wasn't easy Deaan, but I think I've made the necessary link with Mail Art)



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