World No.11 Felix Auger-Aliassime I returned to training shortly after the US Open. 21-year-old Auger Ali Asime advanced to the first Grand Slam semifinal at the US Open before losing to Daniil Medvedev. “I was able to quickly return to training and focus on my next goal,” said Auger Ali Asime, according to the Laver Cup website.
“But certainly, that was a really good step forward.” I’m knocking on the top 10 doors with my ranking at 11th in the world. [ATP’s] Race to Turin. It was a great run, but I think we can go further. “
Auger-Aliassime also made a remarkable run at Wimbledon and advanced to the quarterfinals. “We don’t always choose when we win and when we lose,” he said. “In the last few months, I have suffered some severe losses.
I also had some great wins and some great runs. You just take what comes and try to learn from everything. My main focus is improvement. After all, every time you step on the court and see where you’re going, there’s nothing you can do but try to improve the game. “
Auger-Aliassime wants to play for at least another 10 years
“I would love to play for another 10 years, maybe more,” Auger-Aliassime told LaverCup.com. “At the same time, the guys are playing well until their thirties. I see players like Milos. [Raonic] Vasek’s [Pospisil], And I remember when I was a kid they played their first Grand Slam.
I think about how fast it went. They are already 30 or 31 years old. So I enjoy it, enjoy everything that is happening to me, and at the same time play as if the clock is stopped. Auger-Aliassime is set to return to action for the first time after losing in the US Open semifinals. Auger-Aliassime will be the highest ranked player in Team World at this week’s Laver Cup.
– Tennis Sports
Felix Auger Aliassime, 21, reveals how long he wants to play
https://www.tennisworldusa.org/tennis/news/Tennis_Interviews/102815/felix-augeraliassime-21-reveals-for-how-long-he-hopes-to-play/ Felix Auger Aliassime, 21, reveals how long he wants to play