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JUNE 2023 -

Players - Monegasque Tennis Federation

Busy start to the summer for our players!

Valentin VACHEROT (ATP Singles Ranking: 321st as of June 26, 2023)

A prolific June for Valentin! He began the month in Grasse (M25) with a quarter-final appearance. Valentin then followed it up with back-to-back titles, the first one in Montauban (M25) and the second one in Bourg-en-Bresse (M25). With these two victories, Valentin is getting closer to his best ranking achieved in October 2022!

His journey in Montauban in detail:
Round of 32: 6/2 - 6/2 victory against Charles Bertimon
Round of 16: 6/4 - 6/0 victory against Cyril Respaut
Quarter-final: 6/2 - 7/5 victory against Arthur Reymond
Semi-final: 6/2 - 6/2 victory against Tim Handel
Final: 6/4 - 2/6 - 7/6 victory against Titouan Droguet

Hugo NYS (ATP Doubles Ranking: 12th as of June 26, 2023)

June started with Roland Garros for Hugo and his partner Jan Zielinski. They had a great win against the French duo Richard Gasquet and Lucas Pouille. However, they were eventually defeated by Marcelo Melo and John Peers in the second round (6/7 - 4/6). Now, they are preparing for the third Grand Slam of the year, Wimbledon, with ATP 250 Hertogenbosch, the Queens (ATP 500), and Eastbourne (ATP 250).

Romain ARNEODO (ATP Doubles Ranking: 53rd as of June 26, 2023)

Winning the first round at Roland Garros, Romain and Sam then faced defeat in the second round against the German pair K. Krawietz and Tim Puetz in two sets 4/6 - 2/6. The duo then continued to compete in Heilbronn (Germany - Challenger) and ATP 250 Stuttgart. A magnificent quarter-final at Eastbourne on grass concluded this wonderful month of June.

Lucas CATARINA (ATP Singles Ranking: 440th as of June 26, 2023)

Having wrapped up May with a title in Sweden, Lucas flew to Argentina for an M25 tournament in Rosario-Santa Fe. He reached the quarter-finals and participated in the Challenger de Santa Fe (Argentina) the following week.

Melanie-Antoinette de Massy President

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The Monegasque Federation contributes to create ties between Federations and foreign clubs as well as to federate the clubs of the Principality, currently five of them. Affiliated to the International Tennis Federation, its national team compete in the prestigious Davis Cup competition since 1929.