Benoit Baierre would never have found fault. Faced with the excellent Pablo Carreno Busta, the Frenchman was never able to find enough consistency to upset his opponent. The Spaniard won 6-3, 6-4 in just over an hour and a half, allowing him to join the next round of the Rolex Paris Masters where he will meet Hugo Gaston.
Arriving at the center court at the Accor Hotel Arena, Benoît Paire knew what awaited him on the pitch: a physical and mental battle. Pablo Carreno Busta is a monster of consistency who has to know how to push to his limits to make him doubt. What Pierre Benoit failed to do.
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Impatient, erratic, Bayer held his first group well, especially thanks to the rather efficient service, especially in the first group. Despite several unexplained errors in rematches, the Frenchman was able to work overtime on a layup until his fourth game of service. In this match, Paire broke through the first break point obtained by his opponent. It didn’t take much longer than that to allow Carino Busta to take this first round.
In the second set, the Spaniard’s entry break signaled the end of the match. However, Benoît Paire showed the character that allowed him, despite his many concerns, to continue the serve match until the break at 3-3. A breakthrough that could have allowed him to raise his head in this battle. However, you will lose the next service game upon closing. The new break could have been erased if Paire converted a new breakaway ball at 4-3, but as noted above, Carreno Busta knows how to be consistent. With his momentum, the Spaniard came in pursuit of that win in his next serve match. Final win 6-3, 6-4 for Carino Busta who will play Wednesday against Hugo Gaston, another Frenchman who will be eager to avenge a member of his family.
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