Last Updated on January 2, 2019
French tennis player Benoit Paire overcame the barrier of the second round of competitions in Pune, beating the Czech Republic Jiri Vesely in two sets – 6/4, 6/2. For 1 hour and 11 minutes of the duel, the 52nd World No. 29, Benoit, 29, made four breaks and 11 aces, making the wrong mistake six times. 25-year-old Vesely, occupying the 89th line of the world table of ranks, once took the opponent’s submission, made two aces and three double mistakes. Before each other players have not met. In the quarter finals of the Tata Open Maharashtra tournament, Peer faced off with either his compatriot Gilles Simon or Ilya Ivashka from Belarus.