TC Quimperle – TC Annecy. Wednesday November 30 from 11 a.m. at the Concarneau tennis-padel.
After a frustrating start to the season (2-4 defeats against Boulogne-Billancourt and Bressuire), the Quimperlois were reassured on Saturday beating Sannois 4-2. This victory allowed Phllippe Huon’s players to take a step towards the goal of maintaining. A new success this Wednesday in Concarneau against TC Annecy would ensure that the TCQ will experience a thirteenth season in Pro A. rearranged his team for this match.
Entry into the running of Zsombor Piros
The main change will be the replacement of the Slovak Jozef Kovalik by the young Hungarian Zsombor Piros who will play singles n°2. “He is a very promising player whom I discovered when I went to see Evan Furness play at the Metz tournament. He impressed me. If he is serious and rigorous, he will reach the Top 50 ATP,” explains Basile Spanos.
Manuel Guinard should face the Swiss Antoine Bellier in singles No. 1.
On paper, the TC Quimperlé team is the strongest but the Bretons are careful not to take this match lightly. “It’s so tight with the super tie-break that we know we’ll have to fight every game. Annecy a close-knit team that aims to maintain.”
A possible victory AT TCQ to find a new objective for the last meeting, Saturday at Loon-Plage. “It is still possible to finish third in the pool and therefore to receive three times in 2023 in our new sports complex in Quimperlé” specifies Basile Spanos.
TC Quimperle. Manuel Guinard (BZH, 148th ATP), Zsombor Piros (HUN, 166th ATP), Evan Furness (BZH, 212th ATP), Alexey Vatutin (RUS, 283rd ATP), David Pel (NED, 86th ATP in doubles) and Sander Arends ( NED, 104th ATP in doubles).
TC Annecy. Antoine Bellier (SUI, 188th ATP); Maxime Chazal (FRA, 572nd ATP), Mattéo Martineau (FRA, 418th ATP)), Rémi Boutillier (FRA, n°70 FFT).