Tennis – Open suds de Montpellier: Goffin overthrown Bonzi at Hérault, Gaston enters the track

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In front of the scoreboard, Benjamin Bonzi missed his chance against defending champion David Goffin. Hugo Gaston will try to make a better entry today.

Benjamin Bonzi would not have gotten his revenge. For his debut at the Open Sud de France in Montpellier, Benjamin Bonzi lost in three sets (6–2, 5–7, 1–6) to David Goffin, the defending champion and 52nd ATP player. After winning the first set and leading in the second, the Nmes native failed at the door of the round of 16, losing the competition for the second time in a row against David Goffin.

bonzi lightning speed

However, from the first moments of the match, Benjamin Bonzi spoke up his service game and was determined to win the breaker after his service game as well as Belgium and a white game. The Frenchman then confirmed and took a step forward in the first set. A lead that he managed to solidify by speaking his power to his face. The Nimes native took a nearly perfect first set, leaving little points and space for his opponent of the day. Not satisfied with his lead, the Stade Toulouse tennis player offered himself the set by breaking Belgium once again on his serve (6–2). First set finished in less than half an hour, see hand in hand.

Goffin takes over

In the second set, the Frenchman, now the 68th ATP, dropped the drumming, which was distasteful to his service game, and once again offered his opponent from the start of the set. But the defending champions did not give up and returned to the game as the French took a 4–1 lead. Returning to 3–3, Goffin won the second set, serving the French in the best time, before serving to take the score (7–5). In the deciding set, the Belgian demonstrated that he was the world number 7 (in 2017), and flew over the third set (6–1) to offer himself a new breakthrough against Benjamin Bonzi.

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Hugo Gaston and Regularity

Toulouse will start their tournament on Monday with Sunwoo Kwon, the world number 55, (7:30 p.m.). After losing in the first round last year at Montpellier, the Frenchman says he wants to “keep consistent”. For this, they would have to recover from a poor series since losing the quarterfinals at Bersi against Medvedev (2–0) in early November, and win ahead of the Koreans, the winners of Nur-Sultan’s ATP. Kazakhstan) in 2021.

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