Adam Ondra has made the first ascent of Eagle 4 at St Leger du Ventoux in France. He suggests 9b* which would make it the 3rd (after Akira and C.R.S.) of that grade in the country.
In this interview he says his plan for the rest of the trip is to make St Leger project-free and if he's not done yet, he's at least well on his way. According to Fanatic climbing success came after six days of attempts and on the 3rd go of the day after falling just below the top on the previous try.
This is how he describes it himself on Instagram:
Interesting process of working this route. I got really close on my second day of trying, when only foothold break stopped me from sending. Then, I tried maybe 5 days more, but it was never completely dry. Today, it was dry, I felt strong, made through the hard part and fell 5m from the anchor from totally easy terrain. Luckily, I could do it even second time in the late afternoon.
For Adam, this was the 22nd route of 9b or harder.
*I originally said Adam suggested "hard 9b". This was a misunderstanding of mine as I thought he had called it "gros 9b", which would imply it was a hard 9b. My bad.