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RE: Week 38 - ATP Challenger 125 - Saint-Tropez, France (hard)


Stircrazy wrote:

L32:  (WC/1) Ugo Humbert (FRA) WR 36 (CH = 25 in June 2021) vs Liam Broady WR 104 (= CH)  cry

Just Liam's luck!  no


All change in the main draw:  Humbert now plays a qualifier, while Liam is promoted to ninth seed:

L32:  Maxime Cressy (USA) WR 126 (CH = 31 last August) vs (9) Liam Broady WR 104

Not sure how much of an improvement that is.



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FQR:  (q5) Mathias Bourgue (FRA) WR 272 (CH = 140 in April 2017) vs (q7) Billy Harris WR 304



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Stircrazy wrote:

FQR:  (q5) Mathias Bourgue (FRA) WR 272 (CH = 140 in April 2017) vs (q7) Billy Harris WR 304


And there I was thinking it was time to leave the Star Trek jokes behind.

Good luck Billy.



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Stircrazy wrote:

L32:  (WC/1) Ugo Humbert (FRA) WR 36 (CH = 25 in June 2021) vs Liam Broady WR 104 (= CH)  cry

Just Liam's luck!  no


Just wondering if after last night's disappointment for the French team in DC, Monsieur Humbert might feel like a rest.



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Bob in Spain wrote:
Stircrazy wrote:

L32:  (WC/1) Ugo Humbert (FRA) WR 36 (CH = 25 in June 2021) vs Liam Broady WR 104 (= CH)  cry

Just Liam's luck!  no


Just wondering if after last night's disappointment for the French team in DC, Monsieur Humbert might feel like a rest.


 Makes no odds to Liam, as he now plays Cressy (who has just won tournament in Rennes)



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seagull wrote:
Bob in Spain wrote:
Stircrazy wrote:

L32:  (WC/1) Ugo Humbert (FRA) WR 36 (CH = 25 in June 2021) vs Liam Broady WR 104 (= CH)  cry

Just Liam's luck!  no


Just wondering if after last night's disappointment for the French team in DC, Monsieur Humbert might feel like a rest.


 Makes no odds to Liam, as he now plays Cressy (who has just won tournament in Rennes)


 3rd time lucky for Liam? Creesy replaced by a LL



-- Edited by Blue_Belle on Monday 18th of September 2023 08:41:24 AM

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Bob in Spain wrote:
Stircrazy wrote:

L32:  (WC/1) Ugo Humbert (FRA) WR 36 (CH = 25 in June 2021) vs Liam Broady WR 104 (= CH)  cry

Just Liam's luck!  no


Just wondering if after last night's disappointment for the French team in DC, Monsieur Humbert might feel like a rest.


smilesmilesmile

Edit

Not quite as I thought, but at least Liam has avoided Humbert (and Cressy)



-- Edited by Bob in Spain on Monday 18th of September 2023 09:51:43 AM

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Stircrazy wrote:
Stircrazy wrote:

L32:  (WC/1) Ugo Humbert (FRA) WR 36 (CH = 25 in June 2021) vs Liam Broady WR 104 (= CH)  cry

Just Liam's luck!  no


All change in the main draw:  Humbert now plays a qualifier, while Liam is promoted to ninth seed:

L32:  Maxime Cressy (USA) WR 126 (CH = 31 last August) vs (9) Liam Broady WR 104

Not sure how much of an improvement that is.


L32:  Qualifier/lucky loser vs (9) Liam Broady WR 103



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A QF may just be enough to sneak into the Top 100 but it would be heavily dependent on other results. A SF would almost certainly do it. The points gain would jump him above 6 players, 3 of whom are not playing this week. So it would take several players below him to make their respective finals to deny him.

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Billy incredibly saved 4 match points in a row and then a 5th in the 2nd set tie break and won it and is now 2 breaks up in the final set *4-1

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Jaggy1876 wrote:

Billy incredibly saved 4 match points in a row and then a 5th in the 2nd set tie break and won it and is now 2 breaks up in the final set *4-1


No doubt inspired by having been a hitting partner at the DC last week.  Just following the Dan/Neal example.



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Billy gets the win! 6-7(8) 7-6(8) 6-2. Tight old first couple of sets!

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Great win for Billy

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Stircrazy wrote:

FQR:  (q5) Mathias Bourgue (FRA) WR 272 (CH = 140 in April 2017) vs (q7) Billy Harris WR 304


FQR:  (q7) Billy Harris WR 308 defeated (q5) Mathias Bourgue (FRA) WR 271 by 6-7(8) 7-6(8) 6-2  biggrin

The match lasted two hours & 50 minutes!



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Stircrazy wrote:
Stircrazy wrote:

FQR:  (q5) Mathias Bourgue (FRA) WR 272 (CH = 140 in April 2017) vs (q7) Billy Harris WR 304


FQR:  (q7) Billy Harris WR 308 defeated (q5) Mathias Bourgue (FRA) WR 271 by 6-7(8) 7-6(8) 6-2  biggrin

The match lasted two hours & 50 minutes!


What's the betting he gets Liam in the main draw?



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