Open 13 Overview
The winner of the Open 13 will take home 250 ranking points (as well as in Delray Beach). As for prize money, the sum in Marseille is bigger and is counted in euro, which makes it more attractive at the current exchange rate. However, the most significant difference is in the surface the two tournaments are played on: in France it is indoor hard courts, which is more comfortable. Therefore, the event in France welcomes more top players and the European athletes, mainly the Frenchmen, will struggle for the trophy.
Weather and Courts
Weather conditions in Marseille are quite the same that were in Montpellier and Rotterdam. The participants won’t suffer any difficulties adapting to weather elements and the surface. We expect to see consistent and high quality tennis.
The last year’s champion Nick Kyrgios has arrived to France to defend the title. Among his main rivals are Gilles Simon and Jo-Wilfred Tsonga. But as the struggle will be very close, we guess the winner will change this time.
This year Open 13 tournament will feature many highly motivated players: Simon, Tsonga, Gasquet and Monfiles. Any of these Frenchmen is capable of lifting the trophy. Nick Kyrgios from Australia will do his best to defend the title. But the Australian’s form is under question as he hasn’t competed at recent events. Alexander Zverev who has lately astonished the French spectators will try to repeat the triumph. However, this time it’ll be more challenging as the draw is more competitive in Marseille.
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