What a match Pierre Vincent and Arthur Hugounenq for their entry into the running in this FIP RISE Bourg-en-Bresse, facing the Spanish Victor Tur (151) and Josep Aymerich (349). The two French people, invited to this tournament, will have honored their WildCard by winning 6/2 2/6 7/5 in 1h45. An even better performance as these two players do not usually play together. Pierre Vincent plays with François Authier, while Arthur Hugounenq shared the court at P2000 4Padel Strasbourg with Ludovic Cancel.
The French will have been able to play their best game in this match. Impressive in their game, they inflicted a 6/2 in the first set. A good start for the two Frenchmen.
However, it will take a set for the Spanish to return to this meeting, setting the record straight by also putting in a 6/2.
Everything came down to the last set. And we cannot say that the French were off to a good start in this decisive round. Broken first, Pierre Vincent and Arthur Hugounenq even save a match point at 5-4, Tur/Aymerich service.
Brave, the French come back to score. Pushed by the public behind them, Pierre and Arthur even offer themselves a match point at 6/5, while they were down 40-0. The first will be good for the tricolors who open the French day perfectly well in this FIP RISE Bourg-en-Bresse. The French will have managed the important moments, winning 5 of 6 points of gold.
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