December 4, 2022

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Felix Agar-aliasim removed at Omnium Bank National

Felix Agar-aliasim removed at Omnium Bank National

Felix Agar-Aliasim’s beautiful tennis was blown away in the tornado Central Wednesday morning in Toronto. Unable to adjust to the game, Kubeser lost 7-5, 6-4 to Serbian Dusan Lazovic, 44.E The world.

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“From the start, I thought the game conditions were not going to be that easy,” he said of the ninth favorite after his defeat. It was windy and balls were flying out of my racket. ”

It was very disappointing, Felix Agar-aliasim appeared in front of his supporters an hour after he showed the door in his first match.

Due to his seeded status, he qualified for the opening round.

The disappointment was further compounded by the fact that the defeat added to 198 defeats to Australian Max Pursell in the first round at the Tokyo Olympics.E World, and in his second game in Washington against American Jensen Brooksby, then 130E.

“It simply came to our notice then [de perdre], Especially here, lamented the 21-year-old Qubeser. I want to win every week, I want to play well here. I felt ready. “

Too many mistakes

In fact, on the tennis court, the conditions are the same for both opponents. Lazovic, who never suffered from wind, multiplied Felix’s unforced errors. Only in the first round, he was committed to 19.

“If you look at the game statistics, I think I have a chance in the second set. I was able to do well and take a break. Give me a chance to take the meeting in three sets,” 16 agreed.E The world.

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The chances of the agar-alias cyme breaking down are very rare. He failed to change only the two provided by Lazovic. Then, on his serve, in the second set at 2-1, the 31-year-old Serbian allowed Felix to fly with his serve … and victory, making no more costly mistake.

Exhausted, but not nervous

Felix Agar-alias Saim left Central Court in Toronto on Wednesday after losing to lower-ranked player Dusan Lazovic.

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Felix Agar-alias Saim left Central Court in Toronto on Wednesday after losing to lower-ranked player Dusan Lazovic.

Cubeser not only blamed his defeat on game conditions. He also said he was tired of going to the quarterfinals at Wimbledon last month and the excitement of participating in the Olympics for the first time two weeks ago.

“I’m a little tired. Going to the games is a great experience. But the Olympic year is different. Usually I rest after Wimbledon, and when I get to North America, I’m ready for a fresh start.”

He felt a bit tense during tournaments on Canadian soil, and Felix said that did not happen this time.

“On the contrary, I felt inspired. At times people helped me a lot.”

Rest now

Cubeser is now focused on the Cincinnati Masters, which will compete next week.

He therefore believes that he can gain some positivity from this hasty defeat in front of his family.

“I’m going to have a few days to relax and train. It’s like every time. It’s great to go to tournaments. But when that does not happen, I’ll try to use my time to prepare for the next event. I’m going to do it again this time.

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