In the tournament’s previous edition, the Swiss player had paired up with Frenchman Benoit Paire to clinch the doubles title amidst a lot support from the local Chennai crowd. It’s no wonder then that hen looks forward to the same kind of support this time too.
“I am glad to say that Chennai Open will mark my sixth visit to Chennai to participate in a tournament that I have grown to respect and love. I am really looking forward to experiencing the excitement and support of the people here once more,” Wawrinka said.
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