Grégoire Barrère and Térence Atmane qualified for the Masters 1000 in Rome, not Richard Gasquet

One thing is certain, there will not be a match with Rafael Nadal-Riccardo Gasquet in the first round of the Masters 1000 in Rome. The Spaniard, in fact, will have to start his Roman tournament against a qualified player and will not be the Frenchman eliminated in the last qualifying round by the German Maximilian Marterer (6-3, 6-4). The Frenchman was particularly hampered by his opponent’s lifting of his backhand.

Moutet suffered the law of Monteiro

It doesn’t work for Corentin Moutet either, who lost to Thiago Monteiro. Seeded number 4 in the qualifying tournament, Moutet was defeated by his Brazilian opponent in the Roman drizzle (6-3, 6-4).

Instead, Grégoire Barrère (115th) and Térence Atmane (137th) reached the final table. Barrère managed to avoid the trap of the third set against the Brazilian Felipe Meligeni Alves (6-3, 7-6 (7)). Atmane defeated his compatriot Harold Mayot (6-3, 2-6, 6-2).

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