The Avignon resident offered some of his snowshoes to Nicolas Peifer, whose working instruments were damaged.
We can therefore do good by staying in our hotel room. Confined in his New York room, after his test positive for Covid-19 undergone at the US Open, Benoît Paire came to the aid of another French player, Nicolas Peifer, involved in wheelchair tennis tables.
Peifer had the unpleasant surprise, upon arriving in New York, to discover that his rackets had been damaged during the flight. After seeing his post on Twitter, Paire, who owns the same OEM, offered to help him out for the tournament.
A beautiful gesture that was greeted by Stéphane Houdet, Nicolas Peifer’s doubles partner. Together, the two men still have five Grand Slam titles.
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