December 8, 2022

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Sad recovery for Felix Agar-aliasim

Sad recovery for Felix Agar-aliasim

Quebecus Felix Agar-Aliasim lost to American John Isner 7-6 (5) in the third round of the Miami Tournament on Sunday.

The veteran needs 1 hour 49 minutes to win. Dual battle is one of the servers, because the breakage bullet was not recorded. The clash took place in Miami, somewhat carbon copy, between the two. In 2019, Isner defeated his opponent 7-6 (3), 7-6 (4) in the semis.

Although Isner could not stop on the serve, Agar-Aliasim believed the second-set tiebreaker could extend the suspense, eliminating a 3-0 delay. However, the winner climbed back and took advantage of a direct mistake made by the athlete from La Belle Province.

The meeting was very close, as Isner pocketed 76 points, one more than the losers. He had the upper hand over the Aces (16-11), while the Canadian was 18thE The holder of World Rank 28 has committed five double offenses against one anotherE ATP rank.

“It simply came to our notice then. There are not many places in the world where I like the chances of winning against Felix, Isner joined the ATP site‌. I was blessed to meet him here in Miami, a place I love so much. If I had to play with him on clay somewhere in Europe, the story would definitely be different. ”

Also, the American seemed happy to pick up the censor in relation to his rival of the day.

“It’s obviously a tough game. I know it’s going to happen. He’s improved a lot since our last clash. He’s physically very strong. At just 20 years old, he’s very mature, appreciated. I’m happy to have won. Great practice. ”

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After his singles clash, Ager-Aliasim lost again. Kబెbecker and his partner Polish Hubert Hజ్rkaz, who is also competing in doubles, dropped the flag in two sets, 7-5 and 6-4, against a pair of Croatian Ivan Dodig and Slovak Philippe Polasek.

Agger-aliasim’s Knockers and his partner are the fourth seeds of the Florida event.

Unlike the Maple Leaf spokesman, Hurkaz is still active in singles. He will also be the next opponent of Ontario Denis Shapovalov, as two players will have to cross swords in the third round on Monday. At this point, Milos Rounik fights Frenchman Ugo Humbert. The winners of these two games will face each other in the next round.