Ugo Humbert controls his nerves and goes to the semi-finals

After a very complicated start to the year and a slightly better season on the grass, Ugo Humbert is still searching for sensations for better days. Left Meissen, down to 152e place in the world, intersecting with Challengers tournaments for a few weeks. Looking for confidence, points to get back into the top 100.

Musilan’s struggle this week alongside Segovia in Spain after the semi-finals in Pozoblanco, and he fought hard on Friday night in the quarter-finals against Portuguese Nuno Borges (115.e worldwide). It is very simple, the two men did not leave the first set before the undecided first half, and Humbert finally won (8 points against 6).

Solid at the end of the set

Messin then climbed up a notch to catch his late kick (at 4-2). Seriously and in keeping with the serve, he broke the new protection of Jeremy Chardy of Portugal completely at the end of the second set (6-4). The battle that lasted for more than two hours was difficult and Humbert could raise his arms to the sky. Like relieved to get out of it. A new opportunity to find the Challenger final presents itself for him on Saturday. In the semi-finals, Humbert will face compatriot Hugo Grenier (131 .).e world) who easily ditched Grégoire Barrère (6-2, 6-2) earlier in the day. Enough to find a smile and maybe even get close to the top 100…

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