Frances Tiafoe is unquestionably one of the nicest tennis players on the ATP Tour and one of the spectators who enjoys the games the most when watching the various competitions. The American has decided to start her US Open preparations from the ATP 500 in Washington, the final Grand Slam of the 2022 season.
The American wants to achieve successful outcomes in his own country or close by, so it is reasonable to anticipate him as a main character at the Masters 1000 in Montreal and Cincinnati, in addition to already being in the capital. The 24-year-old will face the eighth-seeded Dutch player, Botic van der Zandschulp, in the Italian evening for a chance to advance to the quarterfinals of the competition.
It will take all of his effort for the Marvland youngster to win this challenging race and secure another significant triumph.
Tiafoe: “The Big 3 prevent US players from winning Slams.”
After his first game versus Eubanks, Tiafoe said: “I’m playing at a really high level once more.
I’ve had a difficult season; I got hurt at the start of the year, and even though I didn’t play poorly after that, I wasn’t quite as good as I had been toward the end of the previous year. I feel like I’m getting back to where I was after Wimbledon, winning nice matches, and feeling good again.
In addition to the two solid matches I played last week in Atlanta, where I advanced to the semifinals, I also reached the fourth round of the London Slam.” Frances said when asked why Americans don’t consistently win Grand Slams: “This question, which has nothing to do with flags, is frequently asked.
Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, and Roger Federer are to blame for this query. They are a significant issue for everyone. Both Fritz and Opelka are currently ranked in the top 20, and Fritz has won a Master 1000. Taylor should have advanced to the Wimbledon semifinals because he nearly defeated Rafa and I received a string of impressive job offers.
We’re really competitive, and Tommy Paul is at that level as well, so I don’t believe we’re that far off. I believe it will happen eventually. The draws are becoming more open, and I predict that someone will reach the semifinals or finals in the upcoming years. Further progress is conceivable from there.”