Juan Martin Del Potro’s PR manager, Jorge Viale, confirmed that the Argentine World No. 5 had several of his personal belongins stolen today from a Paris train station.
According to Viale:
This morning, around 11 am in Paris, Juan Martin del Potro’s briefcase was stolen while he was checking in at the Gare du Nord train station on his way to London to take part in the World Tour Finals.
“I was finishing the check-in and was asked for an autograph. I turned around to sign it and within 20 seconds, it was stolen,” said Del Potro.
He was keeping his passport in that case, along with money and other personal belongings. “My Rosary blessed by Pope Francis, which I carried everywhere. That’s what matters most to me,” said Del Potro, who met the Pope this year in Rome.
Del Potro arrived in London and was drawn into the same group as Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Richard Gasquet.
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