Moundir Triumphs At Metzingen Open

Adam Moundir (photo: Metzingen Open)


The inaugural Metzingen Open concluded with the title win of Adam Moundir of Morocco. The World No. 927 upset 527th-ranked Hungarian Peter Fajta, top seed of the ITF World Tennis Tour M15 clay-court event, 7-5, 3-6, 6-1 in the singles final.

Moundir battled his way to the championship match through the bottom half of the draw with wins over No. 2 seed Peter Heller of Germany, home favourite Tom Gentzsch, Stefan Popvich of Serbia and sixth-seeded US-American Alfredo Perez. On a sunny Sunday at the Tennis Club Metzingen in southwestern Germany, the 27-year-old Moroccan withstood four aces and broke Fajta’s serve four times to secure victory in one hour and 47 minutes.


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“Apart from the hard-fought victory, my highlight of the week was the warm tournament atmosphere and the great support from the Metzingen crowd. The best 15,000 tournament I’ve ever played,” said Moundir.

Following his maiden triumph at the ATCL International Tennis Club in Jounieh, Lebanon in September 2019, Moundir lifted his second trophy on the ITF Pro Circuit. He collected valuable 15 ATP Ranking points.