Can Herbert Turn The Tables On Tsonga?


Open Sud de France, Montpellier [44] Pierre-Hugues Herbert (FRA) vs. [210] Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRA) One is looking to reestablish himself as a contender amongst the elite and the other is hoping to claim his first ATP Tour singles title. Tsonga leads their head-to-head 2:0; however, that was two years ago. A lot has changed for…

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Krajinovic Upends Crowd Favorite Mahut


Open Sud de France, Montpellier [72] Filip Krajinovic (SRB) vs. [195] Nicolas Mahut (FRA) Mahut, once ranked as high as thirty-seven in singles, is now no longer considered a threat; however, in doubles he is still a formidable opponent with his current rank of three. His shaky confidence in singles was apparent in the first…

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Basic and Pouille win singles titles

Lucas Pouille

Open Sud de France, Montpellier Men’s Final: [17] Lucas Pouille (FRA) vs. [33] Richard Gasquet (FRA) Does it impact the game of an athlete playing a fellow countryman and potentially someone they looked up too when they were younger? It apparently has had no effect on Pouille who had a winning head-to-head going into this…

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Andrej Martin keeps marching on

Andrej Martin

Ecuador Open, Quito [152] Corentin Moutet (FRA) vs. [156] Andrej Martin (SVK) Qualifier Martin keeps his hopes alive of claiming his first singles title when he defeated wildcard, Moutet in straight sets. Martin like so many players has had to work his way back from injury and his confidence was tested by the young French…

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Dreddy Tennis Stuns Simon

Open Sud de France, Montpellier R16: [CR15] Gilles Simon (FRA) vs. [CR133] Dustin Brown (GER) Brown, aka: Dreddy Tennis,  played inspired tennis and it was all Simon could do to win the eight games that he did.  Brown has the talent and can be a threat to anyone; however, he gets into trouble because he…

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