Unheralded Frenchman Ugo Humbert is into the ASB Classic final, after a convincing 7-6 (5) 6-4 win over two-time champion John Isner yesterday.
Paire, 30, took two hours and 27 minutes to beat the 21-year-old Humbert, who was the youngest player left in the men’s draw at Wimbledon last month prior to his last-16 exit at the hands of.
The 21-year-old Humbert, playing in his first tour final, lived up to his reputation as one of the next generation of tennis stars when he edged the more-experienced Paire in a match that lasted.Mark down Ugo Humbert as a name to remember. The young Frenchman is the men's ASB Classic champion, after a 7-6(2) 6-3 7-6(5) victory over compatriot Benoit Paire.The official Tennis TV YouTube channel, home of the best ATP tennis videos and tennis highlights. We bring you match highlights and action from the ATP Tour.
Humbert and 23-year-old Matteo Berrettini were the only players in the last 16 who were under the age of 27, another statistic that paints as bleak a picture for the future of men's tennis as.Read More
The Indian Wells Tennis Garden welcomes a loaded draw for the Challenger 125 event, featuring 10 players inside the Top 100 of the FedEx ATP Rankings. Top seed and World No. 42 Ugo Humbert leads the field and is joined by countryman and 58th-ranked Lucas Pouille. Cameron Norrie, Radu Albot, Steve Johnson, Jannik Sinner, Yuichi Sugita and Frances Tiafoe round out the Top 8 seeds, with an.Read More
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Paire, 30, took two hours and 27 minutes to beat the 21-year-old Humbert, who was the youngest player left in the men's draw at Wimbledon last month prior to his last-16 exit at the hands of.Read More
Tennis ranking history and graphs of Ugo Humbert, a tennis player from France. CoreTennis: 79,139 tournaments covered - 150,325 player profiles - 2,815,018 tennis match results. and counting.Read More
Ugo Humbert Serve It's one of the better or maybe even the best lefty serves in tennis. Ugo Humbert, a 21 year old French player, cracked the top 50 before tennis stopped.Read More
The Australian Davis Cup stalwart won 7-6 (7-3) 6-3 1-6 7-5, with Humbert losing his nerve in the final game, serving two consecutive double faults to close out the match.Read More
The 21-year-old Humbert, who had called his quarter-final win over second seed Denis Shapovalov the biggest victory of his career, went one better to master Isner’s powerful serve and make his.Read More