Alex de Minaur displays on tight Stefanos Tsitsipas loss in Indian Wells

World No. 27 Alex de Minaur suffered a good loss to third-ranked Stefanos Tsitsipas however he tried to attract positives from his defeat. De Minaur competed extraordinarily nicely towards Tsitsipas however the second-seeded Greek recovered from a set all the way down to beat the Australian 6-7 (3) 7-6 (3) 6-2 within the Indian Wells Masters round-of-16.

“It is definitely a step ahead. I used to be very shut, simply a few factors from the match. I am not dissatisfied with the best way I performed at present, I did what I needed to do. I am not dissatisfied with my angle both, as a result of I left all the things I had on the court docket tonight.

I am simply dissatisfied in the truth that my physique did not behave fairly proper with me tonight. There’s not a lot else I can do, I have not performed two matches in a row in a very long time and the The depth you expertise in matches towards prime gamers is one thing that can not be recreated in coaching periods.

I get numerous constructive issues from this week, we maintain trying ahead and I hope this event might be a springboard for an incredible finish to the season;” de Minaur mentioned, per Punto de Break.

De Minaur admits he hoped for a greater 12 months

De Minaur has received two titles this season however for essentially the most he has struggled together with his consistency, particularly within the second a part of the season.

“There are two points there. If I analyzed my 12 months from a vital and private perspective, which I’m, I’d say that it was not the 12 months I needed or what I used to be on the lookout for. Nonetheless, I may have a look at it in one other method: even in a 12 months during which I’ve not performed my greatest tennis, during which I’ve needed to take care of sure issues, with COVID, with being in dangerous form …

I’ve received two titles, and the 12 months will not be over but. Now I wait to have the ability to change the script in a sure method, to complete the 12 months robust,” de Minaur defined.

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