Quebec tennis player Félix Auger-Aliassime (Félix Auger-Aliassime) made an appointment with French Pierre-Hugues Herbert (Pierre-Hugues Herbert) in the first round in Miami , Start the game.
The game’s 11th seed and 18th world ranking holder Auger-Aliassime will clashed with Herbert for the third time on the professional circuit.
In the most recent match, Auger-Aliassime, held in Marseille in February 2020, used his resources to defeat Hehe in three games with a score of 6-0, 6-7(6) and 7-6(9) Burt. Two weeks ago, the French won their first professional matchup in Montpellier, 7-6 (2) and 7-5.
Auger-Aliassime can look forward to finding a tough opponent again. If they beat Herbert, the Quebecer can still compete with the American John Isner.
For him, Vasek Pospisil defeated Mackenzie McDonald in the first round on Wednesday night. The 120th-ranked American won 6-3, 4-6 and 6-3 innings.
British Columbia, ranked 67th in the world, experienced its own frustrations in the game and did not hesitate to share these frustrations.
After the second violation of the Code of Conduct for Abuse of Language, Pospisil lost a point at the end of the first game. Earlier in the round, he received a warning that he was going to destroy the racket.
The Canadian then spoke with Arnaud Gabas, the presidential umpire, especially at a meeting with the ATP the day before and his frustration with the president.
President of ATP [Andrea Gaudenzi] Yell at me […] It was half past one yesterday. One and a half hours, because I want to unite the players…”
“Why do I support this [organisation]?If you want me to fail by default, I will be happy to sue [contre l’ATP]. »
That evening, Pospisil apologized for his behavior on Twitter.
“I don’t respect the sport I like, and I apologize for that. As an explanation, the meeting between the players and the ATP leaders last night made me deeply disturbed. I underestimated its impact on me until I played today. .”