The union is strength they say and in tennis it is demonstrated with the announcement of a new partner for the dispute of the Masters 1000 in Paris: Horacio Zeballos and Robert Farah.
The 35-year-old from Mar del Plata and number 3 in the ATP doubles ranking, only surpassed by the Colombian duo of Farah and Cabal, has no less than 16 ATP titles, 34 Challengers and a Pan American Gold in Rio de Janeiro in 2007.
Farah, meanwhile, continues to change partners after Juan Sebastián Cabal, his usual duo, ended the season after giving a positive result in the coronavirus test for the second time in a row.
The Argentine faced the Colombians in the last Davis Cup series played in Bogotá; While in 2019, together with the Spanish Marcel Granollers, they lost to the same rivals in the final of the US Open.
Robert arrives in Paris as number one in the world in the doubles after falling in the semifinals of the ATP 500 in Vienna, a contest where he competed alongside the Frenchman Fabrice Martin and in which they were beaten by the British Jamie Murray and Neal Skupski by 6-4 and 6 -4.