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Gregoire Barrere

tennis player

Alias: Grégoire Barrère
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Bio He is a French professional tennis player.

Barrère has won five ATP Challenger Tour and six ITF Futures singles titles as well as five Challenger and six ITF Futures doubles titles in his career.

Barrère made his Grand Slam main-draw debut at the 2016 French Open, where he received a wildcard, but lost to David Goffin in the first round.

He was awarded a wildcard to the 2018 French Open, where he lost to Radu Albot in the first round after leading 2 sets to 0.

In 2019, he succeeded to qualify and reach the second round of two Grand Slams 2019 Wimbledon Championships and the US Open, defeating Alexander Bublik and Cameron Norrie respectively, and also reach the second round of the 2019 French Open as a wildcard where he lost in four sets to 10th seed Karen Khachanov after winning the third set 6–0. He also achieved in the same year the main draws of a few ATP 250 tournaments.

At the 2020 Australian Open he also reached the second round as a direct entry, thus reaching this round of all four Grand Slams. He also entered directly into the 2020 French Open main draw.

He reached the final of the 2021 Play In Challenger in Lille for a third time in his career at this tournament but lost to Zizou Bergs. He was awarded a wildcard into the 2021 French Open.

In May, he was awarded his fifth wildcard into the main draw of the 2022 French Open. He won his second match at this Major defeating Taro Daniel in five sets.

He won his fourth Challenger title in 2022 Open d'Orléans defeating fourth seed Quentin Halys. He became the first Challenger champion for 2022 to defeat four Top-100 players en route to the title (fifth since 2010): fifth seed Marton Fucsovics, third seed Richard Gasquet, second seed Hugo Gaston. As a result he moved close to 40 positions up to world No. 116 on October 3, 2022. Following his second Challenger title for the season in Brest, he moved close to 20 positions up in the rankings to No. 92 on October 31, 2022.

He reached the top 75 on February 6, 2023 following the Open Quimper, where he won his sixth Challenger title.

At the Rotterdam Open he qualified for the main draw and defeated David Goffin in straight sets. As a result he moved more than 10 positions up to a career high in the top 60 in the rankings.

He made his Masters 1000 debut at the 2023 BNP Paribas Open where he lost to wildcard Jack Sock. At the 2023 Miami Open he recorded his first Masters win over qualifier Roman Safiullin having never won a match at this level. He then defeated 11th seed Cameron Norrie in straight sets for his biggest and first top-20 win to reach the third round of a Masters for the first time in his career. In the third round, Barrère lost to Christopher Eubanks in a match, that had a rain delay lasting almost two hours. At the 2023 Mutua Madrid Open he lost in the second round to 26th seed Grigor Dimitrov. At the Italian Open he reached the third round defeating Brandon Nakashima and upsetting eleventh seed Karen Khachanov. He reached the top 55 in the rankings on May 22, 2023. He followed with a first round loss at the 2023 French Open.

He made his top 50 debut following a semifinal showing at the 2023 Eastbourne International. At age 29, this was Barrère's first semifinal on the ATP Tour.
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