I hope Ungur will go far here even though his half is extremely difficult with players like De Bakker, Sousa, Reister, Greul or Gil (who even though he's in an awful shape always is a difficult opponent at least on the challenger level on clay). The other half would've been much easier IMO
As you said, Gil is in awful form, but even when he is in the zone, challengers aren't where is use to shine. He save the good moments for the ATP's. If you look into some of his best perfomances in his career, you would think that Fred would have a better challenger record, but actually the record he as in this tour, it's pretty mediocre...
Moving on, glad to see João back to winning days, even though it was more than expected. Clezar will be his first real test, as a top100 player he is now. VAMOS LÁ JOÃO!