For Damien Dumusois the end of the past US Open 2021 it was not just any game. The French referee, one of the most recognized faces on the circuit and present in many important matches over the last decade, completed a highly commendable personal milestone on Sunday afternoon. After having refereed the finals of Roland Garros (in 2012, 2015, 2016, 2018 and 2020), from Australian Open (2020) and Wimbledon (2017), the French collegiate completed his particular Grand slam after delivering justice in Flushing Meadows. In addition, this means that he has become the first French chair umpire to referee the finals of the four Majors, a not inconsiderable fact and one that he will be able to boast in the future.
– Roland Garros: 2012/2015/2016/2018/2020
– Australian Open: 2020
– Wimbledon: 2017
–US Open: 2021
Damien Dumusois is becoming the French premier to judge the finale simple messieurs des 4 tournois du Grand Chelem. ——– pic.twitter.com/lgekciegsp
– Roland-Garros (@rolandgarros) September 14, 2021