The French duo had a third when it came to celebrating their first Roland Garros title. Nicolas Mahut had a surprise guest after he and doubles partner Pierre Hugues-Herbert won the Roland Garros title on Saturday: his son!

His six-year-old Son Natanel raced out onto Court Philippe-Chatrier to join the pair’s victory celebration, creating one of the most memorable moments of the tournaments for Les Bleus.

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Mahut and Herbert captured their third Grand Slam title and became just the third all-French men’s doubles pairing to win Roland Garros with a 6-2, 7-6(4) victory over Oliver Marach and Mate Pavic. Herbert and Mahut become the first all-French team to win three major titles in the Open era with the victory, and improved to 3-0 lifetime against Pavic and Marach.

The scene was already charged with electricity before Mahut’s son joined the celebration, and it got even better after that.