It was November 19, 2001and an Adelaide lad with a giant personality named Leighton Hewitt became The youngest number one in history – Since 1973, the year of the foundation of the computerized calculation system – the ATP Rankings have wrested the scepter from the three-time Roland Garros champion. Kuka Guerton. RustyBrad Gilbert wanted to call him, thanks to his success he reached the throne of world tennis ATP Finals – and then again called the Master Cup – D ShanghaiMatured exactly one day earlier, winning the final against the French Sebastien Grosjean – Interestingly both now captain Davis of their respective national teams – and he was the record holder of his first ranking. 20 years and 8 Beating Russian Marat’s previous record by several months Safin (20 years and 10 months).
Melbourne’s defeat – However, unfortunately for him, the first game of the new role “Gate of the Rocket” did not go according to his dreams, rather it was somewhat. Bitter As well as for the ultimate conclusion to his mature frame: eleven days after receiving the head of the tennis movement, Hewitt was, in fact, a Bitter disappointment Losing in the first Davis Cup final of the season: they faced each other Rod Laver Arena of Melbourne to compete for the Salad Bowl, TheAustralia And this France. Leyton took the field at first singles for her team, and despite leading 2 sets to 1, she was tied again by Nicholls. Escude, what a gift this is to the Transalpine team. What was the challenge between the two, even if the Australian lion managed to make up for that KO on Sunday. 1, Grosjean knocked out a few weeks ago; In the end it was the team that won the silver trophy Blue He saw in the escutcheon National hero In those three days in Australia: Ex-N. 17 of the world were knocked out in the decisive match 2-2Wayne Athur – The latter was preferred over Patrick Rafter, who defeated the current captain of the French selection on the first day.
After almost 21 years we are back – So, it was a good “beat” for Hewitt to absorb as the new ruler of tennis. Rubber lost Contributed to failure AussieAmong other things at home, in the oldest team competition ever. 20 years, 9 months, and after a difference of three days, History repeats itself: This time the protagonist is a nineteen-year-old Iberian, a native of Murcia in southern Spain to be precise. Sadness In 2022 the world of fraud, winning – among others – two titles Masters 1000 And especially First Grand Slam Career in New York. Thanks for the American win, Carlitos Algaras The youngest ranked tennis player graduated: Undermining the record Yes, him, along with Leighton Hewitt 19 years and 4 months.
Still the Davis Theater of Evil – But the Australian “little devil” was not ready to leave this primary unexpectedly, so he decided to change it. own curse On the shoulders of young Carlos. So, his second experience with the shirt RoseWas the world tennis champion A decidedly off-flavor To Ferrero’s pupil: He also regrouped, falling to third place under the blows of a scintillator. Auger-Aliasim. Obviously, they must be taken into consideration Certain extenuating circumstances As for Alcaraz’s form, he arrived in Valencia late – he was in the Big Apple until Monday afternoon – so was able to train a bit. Excellent fit Under the new conditions; He spent most of his energy during his Flushing Meadows night marathons 24 Money – No one has ever played so much to win a Grand Slam Test -.
To confirm all these suspicions which originally accompanied him from n. 1 in the world, the same number one in Spain: “Felix played very, very well. I was in the game for two hours and didn’t give much away. I will say that I made a few mistakes that I should have avoided only in the second set at 4-4. Obviously, I wasn’t in very good shape. The surface is very slow and I only had two days to adapt my game to this course. It was a very complicated day for me. But, of course, I have to congratulate my opponent because he played an incredible game. Despite the result, it was still great to play in such conditions. This is the Davis Cup. I want to play in Spain, in front of my audience, my people. I always try to please them. I immediately wanted to go back to Spain to share this moment, the No. 1 and the US Open title, with my friends and fans..
Obviously, the dedication to the king who greeted the closing could not be missed, at least partially honored by the words of someone who wanted to take the baton: “Federer is one of my idols, and when I knew I didn’t want to believe it, I still dreamed of playing against him: he represents magic and talent in tennis.“.
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