Adrien Maigret and Benjamin Tison faced Robin Haziza and Jérémy Scatena in the semifinals. The locals of the stage win a tight match and offer themselves the first place in the final of the day.

A win in two sets, much more contested than the score does not show. This is how to sum up the part between the Maigret - Tison and Haziza - Scatena pairs. Worn by the public who left, for the first time of the day, very few empty places in the stands, Tison and Maigret went continuously, trying to push the maximum Haziza and Scatena in the baseline.

To the good defenses of the "visitors", the premises answered by 3 overpowering ones, who did not finish to delight the public. Rather hung and tense at first, as evidenced by the constant trashtalking between the two duets, the party smiles much more to Adrien Maigret and Benjamin Tison in the second. They finally win in two sets: 6 / 4 - 6 / 3.

Satisfied with their victory, "which could have been even more consistent", Adrien Maigret and Benjamin Tison are already moving towards Sunday's final. Waiting to know who they will face between Bastien Blanque - Johan Bergeron; and Jeremy Ritz - Justin Lopez.

Interview of Adrien Maigret and Benjamin Tison after their victory:

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