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Tennis: Auger-Aliassime tames Harold Mayot, last blue, and reaches the final square in Montpellier

Canadian Félix Auger-Aliassime, former 6th player in the world and now 30th in the ATP rankings after a complex 2023 season, well mastered Harold Mayot, 144th in the world and guest, in the quarter-final of the ATP 250 in Montpellier.

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Tennis: Auger-Aliassime tames Harold Mayot, last blue, and reaches the final square in Montpellier

Canadian Félix Auger-Aliassime, former 6th player in the world and now 30th in the ATP rankings after a complex 2023 season, well mastered Harold Mayot, 144th in the world and guest, in the quarter-final of the ATP 250 in Montpellier.

The Mosellan, who defeated Lucas Pouille then Benoît Paire, held off the Canadian for one round before giving in. The former winner of the Junior Australian Open led by a break twice (2-1 then 3-2, with a break from “FAA” in the meantime), before being caught and then broken at the worst. moments (7-5).

The Canadian then continued in the second set, with an entry break (2-0) then a second (5-1) before concluding the match. Félix Auger-Aliassime showed disconcerting efficiency on his break points (5/6 won), and will face Alexander Bublik in the next round, who defeated his new compatriot Alexander Shevchenko (4-6, 6-3, 6-4).

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