Tennis-Montpellier International men's singles round 1 results

Feb 3 (Infostrada Sports) - Results from the Montpellier International Men's Singles Round 1 matches on Monday

Paul-Henri Mathieu (France) beat Nicolas Mahut (France) 6-1 3-0 (Mahut retired)

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