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Grigor Dimitrov, one of the key figures at 2024!

Grigor Dimitrov, known colloquially as 'Baby Fed' because of his similarity to Roger Federer, will take part in the Open 13 Provence 2024. The Bulgarian player reached his peak in 2017, winning both the Cincinnati Masters 1000 and the prestigious Nitto ATP Finals in London.


With his fluid technique, variety of shots and exceptional agility on court, Dimitrov has charmed tennis fans for many years. He has also shone in the Grand Slam, reaching the semi-finals of Wimbledon (2014), the Australian Open (2017) and the US Open (2019).


Currently ranked 14th in the world, Grigor will be aiming for his ninth career title in Marseille, as he looks to build on his fine form at the end of 2023 with impressive victories over the likes of Andy Murray, Holger Rune, Carlos Alcaraz, Hubert Hurkacz and Stefanos Tsitsipas. He also reached the final at Bercy and the semi-finals in Shanghai. A player to keep an eye on?

Title: Ugo Humbert, France's number 1 in Marseille!

Ugo Humbert has enjoyed a rapid rise up the world rankings. A native of Metz with an elegant and versatile left-handed game, his professional career was marked by a significant victory in Auckland in 2020, where he won his first ATP 250 title.


Currently France's No. 1 player, he embodies the hopes of an entire nation, particularly in the run-up to the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris. The 25-year-old from Metz is currently ranked 20th in the world, the highest ranking of his career, having recently impressed with prestigious victories over renowned opponents such as Andrey Rublev, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Dominic Thiem. He also won the title in Metz at the end of the year, described by himself as the "best player in the world". He called it "the best title of his career".

Having already reached the semi-finals in Marseille, can Ugo Humbert add another trophy to his trophy cabinet at this year's event?

A host of talent on show in Marseille!

The 32nd edition of the Open 13 Provence, scheduled for 4-11 February 2024 at the Palais des Sports in Marseille, promises an exceptional line-up. Having already announced players such as Jannik Sinner, Grigor Dimitrov and Ugo Humbert, it is now the turn of Karen Khachanov, Lorenzo Musetti, Félix Auger-Aliassime and Denis Shapovalov to confirm their presence at the 2024 event!


Karen Khachanov, winner of the 2018 event, returns to Marseille for the sixth time. On the strength of his high-performance indoor game, with a super-powerful serve and forehand, will the recent Australian Open semi-finalist be able to repeat his success at the 2024 event with the status of 15th player in the world?

Lorenzo Musetti, a young Italian talent with an elegant style of play, is attracting attention with some promising performances, making him a player to watch out for in his first appearance for the city of Marseille.

Two Canadians will also be present: Félix Auger-Aliassime, twice a finalist in Marseille (2020 and 2022), is looking to go one step further and win his sixth career title after his victory in Basel (ATP 500) a few weeks ago.

Denis Shapovalov, absent since Wimbledon because of a sore knee, is making his return to Marseille with the aim of getting back to the forefront of the game and returning to the world's top 100.


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