One of the newest tournaments on the ATP Challenger Tour, the Quimper Challenger was first held in 2011. Frenchman David Guez thrilled the home crowd when he won the inaugural event. Last year, Igor Sijsling kickstarted his best ever season with victory over Malek Jaziri in the Quimper final.
A number of well-known players have entered the 2013 tournament. World number 56 Roberto Bautista-Agut, who was runner-up at the 250 series event in Chennai last month, will be the top seed. He will be joined by former US Open quarter-finalist Gilles Muller, as well as former world number 24 Olivier Rochus.
The Quimper Challenger is played on indoor hard courts, and will award total prize money of €42,500. The champion will earn 80 ranking points. For a chance to watch some ATP veterans compete with the most promising members of the next generation, tune into bet 365’s live online streaming.