Tabilo Takes Open Aix Provence Title

Alejandro Tabilo (photo: Un oeil averty)


Alejandro Tabilo has clinched the title of the Open Aix Provence Credit Agricole. The No. 3 seed of the ATP Challenger Tour 175 clay-court tournament defeated Spaniard Jaume Munar 6-3, 6-2 in the singles final.

On a sunny Sunday afternoon in Southern France, Tabilo produced a dominant display over his opponent. The 26-year-old from Chile hit six aces, won 78 per cent of his first-service points and broke Munar’s serve three times to prevail after one hour and 24 minutes.

Tabilo dropped two sets en route to his sixth Challenger career triumph. The World No. 38, who claimed his maiden title on the ATP Tour in Auckland, New Zealand at the beginning of the season, collected €30,330 in prize money as well as 175 ATP Ranking points.

Johnson/Mansouri claim doubles title

Earlier in the day, Luke Johnson of Great Britain and Tunisian Skander Mansouri captured the doubles title. The pair defeated No. 4 seeds Diego Hidalgo from Ecuador and Cristian Rodriguez of Colombia 6-3, 6-3 in one hour and 10 minutes.

By winning their seventh team title on the ATP Challenger Tour, their fourth of the season, Johnson and Mansouri split €11,705 in prize money and earned 175 ATP Doubles Ranking points.

The 11th edition of the Open Aix Provence Credit Agricole was held at the Country Club Aixois in Aix-en-Provence, located in Southern France. It is a charming and picturesque city renowned for its rich history, stunning architecture, and vibrant cultural scene. Known as the “City of a Thousand Fountains,” Aix-en-Provence is characterized by its elegant boulevards, tree-lined streets, and beautiful squares adorned with cascading water features.