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Tunis Open Challenger preview

Steven Webb in Challengers 21 Jun 2013
Can Marcel Granollers get his singles game back on track in Tunisia?

This week sees many familiar names battle it out for the Tunis Open Challenger title.

By far the highest-ranked player in the draw is Marcel Granollers. The presence of the world number 36 in Tunisia is a little surprising, but it may be that he is hoping to regain some confidence in his singles play after a 2013 that has been full of first and second round losses.

The next highest-ranked player at the Tunis Open is Germany’s Benjamin Becker, who hasn’t won a a match since early February. Also hoping for a boost on the red clay is Nicolas Mahut, perhaps most famous for losing the longest ever tennis match at Wimbledon a few years ago.

Total prize money at the Tunis Open is $125,000, and the tournament champion will walk away with 125 ranking points. 



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