Canadian tennis is in top form! A few hours after the qualification of Denis Shapovalov for the quarter-finals of Wimbledon, Felix Auger-Aliassime joined him after a huge fight on Monday night. Beat the FAA Alexander Zverev in five sets and over four hours on the score of 6-4, 7-6 (6), 3-6, 3-6, 6-4. After two well-mastered heats, Auger-Aliassime was very scared when he saw the German come back at high speed on the scoreboard. In the fifth round, he struck hard from the start, breaking away 2-0 then holding on to take out the world No. 4 … Next step, Matteo Berrettini to discover the last four of a Major.
Félix Auger-Aliassime in the quarter-finals of Wimbledon
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“It’s a beautiful moment in my life. I dreamed of playing these big tournaments when I was a child …”
“It’s a beautiful moment in my life. I dreamed of playing these big tournaments when I was a kid. Now here I am, playing in front of an audience on the No.1 court at Wimbledon. It is a wonderful time in my life and, yes, I am moved. I also tried to take a moment for myself, to look around and enjoy the moment because it doesn’t happen all the time in a lifetime and it doesn’t happen to everyone. I tried to take pleasure because it is a unique moment and I will try to continue in this way to live others. These are the moments that make the difference in the life of an athlete. And so much happened in this game“, he explained concerning his perf ‘.
“Over the past two years, the numbers speak for Berrettini”
“Already, we must appreciate the moment. I will try to take advantage of this evening. And the tournament continues and from tomorrow I will focus on the rest. But I hope this is a victory that I will be able to bounce back from in the coming weeks, that it will give me even more confidence (…) These last two years, the figures speak for Berrettini. He has already made a semi-final (at the US Open in 2019) in Grand Slam, he is very consistent. He’s not losing to the players he’s supposed to beat, let’s say. It serves very well on grass, it won the Queen’s. He has a big forehand, which is good on grass. I’m going to see what I can do, but it is sure to be effective on grass and I will have to manage to counter that. And yes, he’s a friend. We spend time together, we watched Euro matches together, we trained together. He’s a great guy, but he’ll have to be forgotten.“
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