2016 - In his first professional season on the tour, Ugo Humbert played mainly the Futures level events.
The Frenchman was hoping to make a Challenger main draw debut but fell short in his attempt as he failed to make it past the qualifying events in Cherbourg and Mouilleron-le-Captif respectively.
2017 - Humbert won his maiden Futures title.
The Frenchman had a solid Challenger debut as he made the Brest quarter-final in front of his home fans.
Humbert was also bidding to make his ATP main draw debut in Metz but fell short in that attempt, having been beaten in the qualifying first round.
2018 - After qualifying for the US Open to make his Grand Slam debut, Humbert won his first round match to also clinch his maiden win on the biggest stage.
The Frenchman made his main draw debut in Metz, where he earned his maiden ATP win.
Humbert also impressed on the Challenger level, having reached six finals there.
The Frenchman's maiden Challenger title came in Segovia.
Humbert also won Challenger titles in Ortisei and Andria, while he ended runner-up in Gatineau, Granby and Cassis.
Humbert also won three Futures titles and broke into the top-100 for the first time in his career.