I would say ERV vs Gicquel. The score in the last two sets in tough for Marco and as his season is tough would be cool to have your report about his game.
Well, the first set won by Gicquel was just about Roger-Vasselin doing absolutely nothing but awful mistakes. Several overheads landing in the net and poor serves in general. As soon as Gicquel won the first set, Edouard started to be more agressive and let no chances to Marc, who on the contrary played worse and worse after each game. His serve especially was quite poor, especially his first serve that he was no longer pushing. He didn't even seem to bother losing that match and even joked around with Edouard after they shook hands. I think he might have been too tired from the trip to Quimper, Bretagne, in the night, since he played there at the Challenger on Friday afternoon.
Sousa vs Trevisan report please.
Not too much to say about that one actually. Trevisan retired being 0-6 2-3 down after one of the worst displays I've ever seen in a professional tournament
he didn't seem to have any major problems physicly speaking, no straps, no bandages, no obvious injuries on site... Trevisan is a very muscular guy who has this unbearable habit to ask for 5 balls before each and every serve
that + the absolutely horrendous ballboys, and no wonder each of the Italian's service game lasted aaaaages, just to get broken anyway in the end
Sousa is a very thin tall young-looking player, hitting as hard as he possibly can, and yelling "C'MON" after each and every point
His serve is quite tremendous though and his running forehand is impressive too.
I'm heading back to the tournament now after a quick lunch at home after Roger-Vasselin's win