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Mathias Bourgue Mathias Bourgue (born 18 January 1994) is a French tennis player playing on the ATP Challenger Tour. He received a wild card to advance to the singles main draw in the 2016 French Open, where he reached the second round, losing to world No. 2 Andy Murray in five sets.
2016 Internationaux de Tennis de BLOIS – Singles Mathias Bourgue was the defending champion, but lost in the first round to Scott Griekspoor.
2017 Challenger La Manche – Singles Mathias Bourgue won the title after defeating Maximilian Marterer 6–3, 7–6 in the final.
2016 Kunming Open – Men's Singles Jordan Thompson won the title after defeating Mathias Bourgue 6–3, 6–2 in the final.
2015 Internationaux de Tennis de BLOIS – Singles Mathias Bourgue won the tournament defeating Daniel Muñoz de la Nava in the final, 2–6, 6–4, 6–2.
Brydan Klein Shortly after the switch, Klein entered the qualifying for the 2013 French Open, but lost in straight sets in the First Round of qualification to French wildcard, Mathias Bourgue.
2016 Andy Murray tennis season In his first round match, Murray was drawn against Radek Štěpánek and lost the first two sets, winning the third set before the match was suspended due to bad light. He recovered to win the match the following day in five sets. In the second round Murray again had to come from behind to win in five sets, this time against wild card Frenchman Mathias Bourgue. In the third and fourth rounds Murray won in straight sets against Ivo Karlović and John Isner respectively, before defeating Richard Gasquet in four sets to reach his fourth French Open semi-final. There he defeated defending champion Stanislas Wawrinka to reach his first final at the French Open and tenth overall, also becoming the tenth man in the Open Era to have reached all four Slam finals at least once. In the final he again played Novak Djokovic, their third tournament final in a row, winning the first set before eventually losing in four sets.
2012 Australian Open – Boys' Singles The start of the 2012 Australian Open saw all the seeds apart from Monteiro, Cagnina and Farren made it to the second round. The biggest upset of the first round was Brazilian Thiago Monteiro losing to Australian wild card Jack Schipanski. Julien Cagnina lost to French Mathias Bourgue and American Connor Farren went to French Laurent Lokoli. The second round witnessed all the seeds go though except Broady lost to Robin Staněk, Napolitano to Joshua Ward-Hibbert and Kyrgios to Marek Routa. The third round is also where the seeds meet for the first time. Kimmer Coppejans and Hossam exited to higher seeds. Seventh seeded Edmund defeated eleventh seeded Coppejans and No. 1 seeded Saville defeated sixteenth seeded Hossam. The biggest upset of the third round was tenth seeded Pavlásek defeating fifth seeded Silva and sixth seeded Harris losing to American qualifier Mackenzie McDonald. Milojevic lost to Joshua Ward-Hibbert and Pöllänen to Staněk. The quarter finals saw Saville end Edmund's run and Pavlásek end Uchida's run successfully making their way into the semifinals. The semifinals witnessed Saville taking out Pavlásek while Filip Peliwo overcame McDonald. In the final, Luke Saville defeated Filip Peliwo to claim his first Junior Boys' Singles Australian Open title and second grand slam title of his career.
Andy Murray Murray regained his number two ranking after he won the 2016 Internazionali BNL d'Italia for his 1st title of the season and 36th overall. He defeated Mikhail Kukushkin, Jérémy Chardy, 12th seed David Goffin, Lucas Pouille, and number 1 seed Djokovic all in straight sets. This was his first win over Djokovic on clay and became the first British player since Virginia Wade in 1971 to win the title and the first British man since George Patrick Hughes in 1931. Murray then moved on to the French Open where he struggled in the opening rounds coming through two five-set matches against Štěpánek and French wildcard Mathias Bourgue. He came through in straight sets against big servers Ivo Karlović and John Isner to reach the quarterfinals where he beat home favourite Richard Gasquet in four sets to set up a semifinal clash against defending champion Stanislas Wawrinka. Murray defeated Wawrinka in four sets to become the first male British player since Bunny Austin in 1937, to reach a French Open final. He was unable to win his maiden French Open final, losing to Djokovic in four sets.