Mastorakis makes an impression – Chartres (28000)

Mastorakis makes an impression – Chartres (28000)
Mastorakis makes an impression – Chartres (28000)

Hannah Mastorakis (Brezolles) in the women’s draw and Léo Deflandre in the men’s draw won the C’Chartres Tennis & Padel Open yesterday.

The women’s final pitted two Euréliennes against each other: Nadia Benyahia (Dreux AC) and Hannah Mastorakis (TC Brezolles). This duel of left-handers turned to the advantage of the latter (ranked 0). Frustrated at the start of the match, the Brezollienne was unable to overwhelm her opponent ranked 3/6.

But the more experienced of the two players raised her level to get back into the game, pocketing the second set 6-3. Relying on her topspin, Mastorakis played the shots to the full by going to the net to force the Drouaise into making a mistake. A tactic that paid off.

After two hours of play, the cadet Benyahia gave up on her serve and Mastorakis exulted (2-6, 6-3, 6-4). “It’s a great victory for me, because I’m not a big fan of clay. I outdid myself to make up for lost time and my mental strength held firm,” explained the “double” champion, also victorious in the women’s doubles final.

Deflandre bisse

Last year’s winner, Léo Deflandre (CS Marne) won the men’s tournament once again. The player ranked -4/6, imposed his law on Adam Briant (Ermont ACT), for a repeat of the 2023 edition: 6-1, 1-6, 6-4.

The number 1 seed got off to an ideal start by winning the first set 6-1, before going off the rails in the second, losing 1-6.

Everything was decided in the third. The two players traded blows but it was ultimately the Saint-Maurien Deflandre who proved to be the most pragmatic by breaking in the penultimate game at 4-4, before concluding the match with a shutout, 6-4. A winning comeback. “It was a great battle. I was solid in the important moments and I seized the opportunities. I’m really satisfied,” rejoiced the winner of the day, undefeated in Chartres.

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