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Bjorn Borg his last ATP title , Mats Wilander and Thomas Muster have all won the title there before that absence and it was Thomas Bellucci who claimed the first event on the return in A home star Stan Wawrinka lifted the trophy in and , receiving a wild card together with Fabio Fognini and David Ferrer last year but only to hand the crown to Marton Fucsovics.
The organizers have lost Daniil Medvedev and Fabio Fognini just before the draw but they got a surprising entrance of world no.
Starting from Marrakech, the struggling German played in six straight weeks and grabbed only five wins, opting to play competitive encounters instead of training before Paris.
Tipsarevic asked for a wild card, eager to extend his career and return into the top as soon as possible, hoping to repeat the level from Houston and for the potential good result against Alexander.
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Geneva , Switzerland. Official website. Alexander Zverev. Adriano Panatta. Björn Borg. Mats Wilander. Henrik Sundström.
Aaron Krickstein. Henri Leconte. Thierry Tulasne. Claudio Mezzadri. Kent Carlsson. Marc Rosset. Horst Skoff.
Sergi Bruguera. Thomas Muster.