Gabriel Debru will be stopped in Paris this week by who? His opponent is the Slovak Peter Benjamin Privara (17 year old, 24th ITF), who will be playing on court No. 10, in the quarter-finals. He didn't weigh much against Grenoble (16 year old, 15th ITF, seeded No. 14), Winner 6-1, 6-2 at 1h15
Gabriel Debru (Grenoble Tennis), who won this fourth consecutive victory, is still unbeaten and is slowly establishing himself as a contender to win the final round.
The match was 4-0 when the Iserois returned to the court shortly after noon. He was unafraid of his serve, which he had four aces, and reached a top speed of 207km/h. He was even more impressive: he served the Slovak three consecutive times to win the first set (6-1 in 37').
Privara, who apparently had a right wrist injury and called the tournament medical services, was able to resist a bit better in the second set (2-2). After a white game, Debru took his serve and the game was clearly in the favor of the Grenoble player. From his first match point against an opponent who had clearly resigned at end, Debru won the second set 6-2 (38').
Gabriel Debru will play in the Grand Slam juniors semi-finals. It will be Friday against Dino Prizmic, the Croatian (16-year-old, 11th in ITF tds 10), who defeated this Thursday on court ndeg7 Daniel Merida Aguilar (17-year-old, 79th ITF), 6-2, 3-1 in 1h23.
The other semi-final for junior singles will feature the Belgian Gilles Arnaud Bailly (16 year old, 20th ITF), against the Pole Martyn Pavwelski (17 year old, 41st ITF).