2019 Open Sud de France – Singles

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Singles
2019 Open Sud de France
ChampionFrance Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
Runner-upFrance Pierre-Hugues Herbert
Final score6–4, 6–2
Details
Draw28 (4Q / 3WC)
Seeds8
Events
Singles Doubles
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Lucas Pouille was the defending champion,[1] but lost in the second round to Marcos Baghdatis.[2]

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga won the title, defeating Pierre-Hugues Herbert in the final, 6–4, 6–2.

Seeds[edit]

The top four seeds received a bye into the second round.

  1. France Lucas Pouille (Second round)
  2. Belgium David Goffin (Second round)
  3. Canada Denis Shapovalov (Quarterfinals)
  4. France Gilles Simon (Second round)
  5. Germany Philipp Kohlschreiber (First round)
  6. France Jérémy Chardy (Quarterfinals)
  7. France Pierre-Hugues Herbert (Final)
  8. France Benoît Paire (Second round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
  Moldova Radu Albot 1 3
WC France Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 6 6
WC France Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 6 6
7 France Pierre-Hugues Herbert 4 2
7 France Pierre-Hugues Herbert 6 7
  Czech Republic Tomáš Berdych 2 5

Top half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 France L Pouille 62 77 4
LL Belgium R Bemelmans 2 4 Q Cyprus M Baghdatis 77 63 6
Q Cyprus M Baghdatis 6 6 Q Cyprus M Baghdatis 2 62
Latvia E Gulbis 6 77 Moldova R Albot 6 77
Poland H Hurkacz 4 65 Latvia E Gulbis 65 6 4
Moldova R Albot 6 6 Moldova R Albot 77 4 6
5 Germany P Kohlschreiber 4 3 Moldova R Albot 1 3
WC France J-W Tsonga 6 6
4 France G Simon 2 63
WC France U Humbert 6 65 4 WC France J-W Tsonga 6 77
WC France J-W Tsonga 3 77 6 WC France J-W Tsonga 66 77 6
Q France A Hoang 6 6 6 France J Chardy 78 64 4
Belgium S Darcis 1 2 Q France A Hoang 3 5
LL Spain A Menéndez Maceiras 1 1 6 France J Chardy 6 7
6 France J Chardy 6 6

Bottom half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
7 France P-H Herbert 6 6
United States D Kudla 2 1 7 France P-H Herbert 4 6 6
Belarus I Ivashka 4 6 6 Belarus I Ivashka 6 4 2
Italy T Fabbiano 6 4 3 7 France P-H Herbert 7 77
Spain M Granollers 77 65 77 3/WC Canada D Shapovalov 5 64
Croatia I Karlović 63 77 65 Spain M Granollers 4 61
3/WC Canada D Shapovalov 6 77
7 France P-H Herbert 6 7
8 France B Paire 7 6 Czech Republic T Berdych 2 5
Russia E Donskoy 5 3 8 France B Paire 2 0
Czech Republic T Berdych 5 6 6 Czech Republic T Berdych 6 6
Q Germany M Bachinger 7 3 3 Czech Republic T Berdych 77 65 7
Serbia F Krajinović 79 6 Serbia F Krajinović 63 77 5
Q France N Mahut 67 4 Serbia F Krajinović 6 6
2 Belgium D Goffin 4 4

Qualifying[edit]

Seeds[edit]

  1. Lithuania Ričardas Berankis (First round)
  2. Spain Adrián Menéndez Maceiras (Qualifying competition, Lucky loser)
  3. Cyprus Marcos Baghdatis (Qualified)
  4. Belgium Ruben Bemelmans (Qualifying competition, Lucky loser)
  5. France Quentin Halys (Qualifying competition)
  6. Germany Matthias Bachinger (Qualified)
  7. France Antoine Hoang (Qualified)
  8. France Constant Lestienne (First round)

Qualifiers[edit]

Lucky losers[edit]

Qualifying draw[edit]

First qualifier[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
1 Lithuania Ričardas Berankis 2 3
  France Nicolas Mahut 6 6
  France Nicolas Mahut 6 6
  Russia Alexey Vatutin 4 4
  Russia Alexey Vatutin 6 3 6
8 France Constant Lestienne 4 6 1

Second qualifier[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
2 Spain Adrián Menéndez Maceiras 7 6
Alt France Benjamin Bonzi 5 3
2 Spain Adrián Menéndez Maceiras 5 3
7 France Antoine Hoang 7 6
  Spain Sergio Gutiérrez Ferrol 2 0
7 France Antoine Hoang 6 6

Third qualifier[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
3 Cyprus Marcos Baghdatis 3 6 6
WC France Antoine Cornut Chauvinc 6 4 4
3 Cyprus Marcos Baghdatis 6 6
5 France Quentin Halys 2 3
Alt France Kenny de Schepper 4 6 0
5 France Quentin Halys 6 3 6

Fourth qualifier[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
4 Belgium Ruben Bemelmans 78 6
  Italy Matteo Donati 66 3
4 Belgium Ruben Bemelmans 3 4
6 Germany Matthias Bachinger 6 6
WC France Jonathan Eysseric 4 1
6 Germany Matthias Bachinger 6 6

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Lucas Pouille beats Richard Gasquet to claim Montpellier crown". Sky Sports. 12 February 2018. Retrieved 2 February 2019.
  2. ^ "Open Sud de France: Marcos Baghdatis shocks defending champion Lucas Pouille". ESPN. 7 February 2019. Retrieved 10 February 2019.