By Britwatch Team

  • Top Seeds: Kevin Anderson, Hyeon Chung, Gilles Simon, Malek Jaziri
  • Defending Champion: Gilles Simon
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PUNE, INDIA – After a successful taking-over from the former Chennai tournament, Kevin Anderson leads the field with defending champion Gilles Simon also in the mix.

 

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Tournament Fast Facts

Level ATP 250
Surface Hard (O)
Singles Draw 32
Doubles Draw 16
Prize Money $589,680
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Top seeds [1] Kevin Anderson

[2] Hyeon Chung

[3] Gilles Simon

[4] Malek Jaziri

[5] Benoit Paire

[6] Roberto Carballes Baena

[7] Jaume Munar

[8] Pablo Andujar

Top Half [1] Kevin Anderson

[7] Jaume Munar

[3] Gilles Simon

[5] Benoit Paire

Bottom Half [6] Roberto Carballes Baena

[4] Malek Jaziri

[8] Pablo Andujar

[2] Hyeon Chung

 

Draw & Results

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Order of Play
Singles
Doubles
Qualifying

 

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[1] Kevin Anderson

Following on from a decent debut at the ATP Finals, Anderson started the year with a run to the Mubadala World Tennis Championship finals and comes here as top seed with high hopes of starting the year with silverware.

Anderson’s Path to the Final (Ranking/Seeding)

  • R1: BYE
  • R2: Laslo Djere
  • QF: Jaume Munar [7]
  • SF: Gilles Simon [3]
  • F: Hyeon Chung [2]

 

[2] Hyeon Chung

Hyeon Chung in the fourth round of the Australian Open, 2018 | (Photo by XIN LI/Getty Images)

After creating a storm in Australia, reaching the semi-finals, injuries bookend his year – horrific blisters which caused him to retire in his Melbourne semi-final and at the end of the year having to retire in the Stockholm semi-final and closing out his season early. He too started his season in Mubadala for early season form.

Chung’s Path to the Final (Ranking/Seeding)

  • R1: BYE
  • R2: Ernests Gulbis
  • QF: Pablo Andujar [8]
  • SF: Malek Jaziri [4]
  • F: Kevin Anderson [1]

 

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[3] Gilles Simon

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The persistent Frenchman returns to try and defend his title from the inaugural running of the Pune tournament.

Simon’s Path to the Final (Ranking/Seeding)

  • R1: BYE
  • R2: Hubert Hurkacz
  • QF: Benoit Paire [5]
  • SF: Kevin Anderson [1]
  • F: Hyeon Chung [2]

 

[4] Malek Jaziri

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Made his first ATP World Tour final last year, and picked up some solid results last year, with a career high of No. 45 in November.

Jaziri’s Path to the Final (Ranking/Seeding)

  • R1: BYE
  • R2: Marcel Granollers
  • QF: Roberto Carballes Baena [6]
  • SF: Hyeon Chung [2]
  • F: Kevin Anderson [1]

 

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