Gilles Simon defeated Mischa Zverev of Germany 6-3, 6-2 to win the Open de Moselle title.
“I felt I had no right to lose today, particularly after my semifinal yesterday,” Simon said. “Maybe I put myself under too much pressure after having played so well in the semifinal.”
“I was really tense and nervous even though I was a set ahead and had numerous chances,” Simon said. “I was struggling to relax, playing in France against an opponent with his ranking, and who I was supposed to beat...Read Full Story
It was a rather easy match for Gilles Simon of France today. The eighth-seeded Frenchman beat German qualifier Mischa Zverev in two straight sets with 6-3 and 6-2 to claim the 2010 Open de Moselle title. Simon won his last hard court title at the Bangkok tournament last year and today he only needed a... read more...Read Full Story
We have a special Free Open de Moselle Tennis Betting Tip for today the 26th Sept, Sunday, thanks to Tennis Punter. It’s a short notice on this one but hopefully you’ll be able to get in on this one before it’s too late. Your Free...Read Full Story
The first round of the 2010 Open de Moselle went well for Jarkko Nieminen of Finland. He beat the German Benjamin Becker in two straight sets with 6-3 and 7-6(2). The Belgian Xavier Malisse also advanced to the second round with a two set win over Edouard Roger-Vasselin of France with 7-6 (3) and 6-4.... read more...Read Full Story
In his first round match at the 2010 Open de Moselle tennis tournament, Tommy Robredo managed to beat Danie Brands in two straight sets with 6-1 and 7-6 (3) on Monday. Back in 2007, Robredo won this event and in yesterday’s match, he broke his opponent’s service twice in the second set and fired a... read more...Read Full Story
The Moselle Open (French: Open de Moselle) is an annual men’s tennis tournament played in Metz, France since 2003. It is one of the three French tournaments of the ATP International Series, with the Marseille Open 13 and the Grand Prix de Tennis de Lyon.
It’s held for one week in October at the Arènes de Metz. It has succeeded to the Toulouse Open after the AZF explosion. Arnaud Clément won the first edition.