Surprise at the Australian Open: Ugo Humbert, eliminated after losing in the sixty-fourth final

the french player Richard Gasquet, number 81 in the ATP, gave the bell by winning in the sixty-fourth final of the Australian Open in three hours and twenty-two minutes by 3-6, 7(7)-6(4), 7(7)-6(3) and 6-3 to the french player Ugo Humbert, number 40 in the ATP and seeded number 29. With this result, the Frenchman manages to qualify for the 32nd final of the Australian Open.

Humbert managed to break his opponent’s serve 3 times, while Gasquet, for his part, also did it 3 times. In addition, Gasquet had 71% first serve and committed 5 double faults, managing to win 71% of service points, while his opponent had 69% first serve and 4 double faults, managing to win 64% of service points. points on serve.

Gasquet will play in the 32nd final of the competition against the Dutch player Botic Van De Zandschulp, number 57, next Thursday from 1:00 Spanish time.

The tournament Open de Australia Indiv. Masc. It is held on a hard court in the open air and during the course of it a total of 236 tennis players face each other, of which 128 reach the final phase among those who qualify directly, those who have been overcoming the previous phases of the tournament and the guest players. In addition, it takes place between January 9 and 30 in Melbourne.



Reference-www.infobae.com

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