Emil Ruusuvuori fought for the French Open

Ruusuvuori defeated Ugo Humbert, who played in front of his home crowd in the French Open.

Finland Emil Rose Mountain won the tennis open in the French Open in front of his home crowd Ugo Humbertin 6–2, 2–6, 6–7 (4–7), 6–4, 6–2. The match lasted three hours and 49 minutes.

Rose Mountain is ranked 61st on the men’s singles world list and Humbert 46th.

In the second round, Rose Mountain will face the winner Norway Casper Ruudin and French Jo-Wilfried Tsongan between. Ruud is ranked eighth in the tournament.

The victory was the first in the French Open for the Rose Mountain. In the Grand Slams, Rose Mountain has previously reached the second round of the Australian Open and the US Open.

Rose mountain started the match strongly on Tuesday and took the opening round clearly in their name.

In the second installment, the Frenchman eliminated easy mistakes from playing. Ruusuvuori lost his passing turn right at the beginning of the batch. The Finnish player also lost his pass later in the round, and Humbert escaped to a clear victory.

The tight third set went to Humbert in the playoffs, but Ruusuvuori played strongly in the two final rounds and rose to victory in the match. In the fourth installment, Ruusuvuori escaped to the 4-0 lead with two feed breaks. Humbert broke Ruusuvuori’s feed once, but the batch went to a Finn. Also in the final round, Ruusuvuori broke the pass of his French opponent twice.

Rose Mountain is also playing a doubles match in Paris, where his partner is the United States Denis Kudla. The duo will face Poland in the opening round Lukasz Kubotin and French Edouard Roger-Vasselinin. Harri Heliövaara playing doubles with his British pair Lloyd Glasspoolin with.

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