Kerber dominate first set on Rod Laver Arena.
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Le match de la finale entre Ugo Humbert et Enzo Couacaud a vu ce dernier s'imposer en 2 sets 6/2 6/3. Issu des qualifications, Enzo a réalisé un parcours ...
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