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Lyon: Auger-Aliassime regains confidence

This Wednesday, the Canadian Félix Auger-Aliassime, 10th player in the world, validated his ticket for the quarter-finals of the ATP tournament in Lyon, on clay, after his victory against the Spaniard Pablo Llamas Ruiz, 240th player in the world, in two innings (7-5, 6-2) and 1h27 of play.

Felix Auger-Aliassime ensures. This Wednesday, the Canadian, 10th player in the world, beneficiary of a wild card and exempted from the first round, validated his ticket for the quarter-finals of the ATP tournament in Lyon, on clay, after his victory against the Spaniard Pablo Llamas Ruiz, 240th player in the world and from qualifying, in two sets (7-5, 6-2) and 1h27 of play. In the first set, the Canadian lost his entry service, before a white break in stride. At 6-5, or at the best of times, Félix Auger-Aliassime again broke his opponent of the day, to pocket, at the same time and on his second attempt, this first round (7-5).

Auger-Aliassime stops a bad series

Finally, in the second and final round, the better ranked of the two had to save three entry break points. Before taking, in stride, the service of his competitor, at his second opportunity. At 5-2, again at the best of times, the 10th player in the world certainly made it twice, but he again took the service of the Spaniard, to conclude, at the same time , this meeting (6-2). The beneficiary of a wild card remained on a total of three consecutive defeats. Including two entry eliminations at the Masters 1000 in Madrid in Spain and then in Rome in Italy. The Canadian will have the opportunity to continue. With a next opponent who will be the French Arthur Fils, 112th player in the world and beneficiary of a wild card, who benefited, during the previous round, from the disqualification of the Swede Mikael Ymer, 53rd player in the world, when he was leading 6- 5 in the first set, after 1h01 of play.

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