Andrej Martin of Slovakia (#133) is the Male Breakthrough Player Awardee for this year's French Open.
It is given to a player ranked outside the top 100 who reaches the deepest part of the draw.
Andrej Martin had to qualify to get into the main draw of the 2016 French Open. This is actually his very first appearance in a grand slam, although he's already 26 years old. This is definitely a big step up for him from just challenger tournaments!
He defeated Daniel Munoz de la Nava of Spain (#105) in the first round, 62 63 46 64.
In the second round, he upset Lucas Pouille of France (#31) 63 75 63.
In the third round, he lost to Milos Raonic (#9) of Canada 76(4) 62 63.