Hugo Humbert disappeared from the men's table in the first round of the Roland-Garros tournament, beaten by Emil Ruusuvuori in five sets (2-6, 6-2, 7-6, 4-6, 2-6). A disappointment for the Frenchman who returned to an element that may have disturbed him while he was serving. The passage of a pigeon on the ocher stone could make him lose a point. "You are not allowed to play with a pigeon on the court! You should check the rule, but when I serve, the pigeon arrives. I look at the referee for her to stop the point and I don't dare say "stop" to her, because I thought she might say: no, he didn't bother you, but except that he had bothered me, he was next to me and I did not understand why she did not stop the point”, explained the Messin who played under anti-inflammatories due to a left shoulder pain.