Canadian tennis player Felix Auger-Aliassime, number 9 in the ATP and seeded number 9, met the forecasts by winning the Australian Open in the sixty-fourth final in three hours and forty-four minutes by 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 and 6-4 to the finnish player Emil Rose Mountain, number 90 of the ATP. With this result, we will closely follow the player’s trajectory in the tournament’s 32nd finals.
The statistics about the match show that the Canadian player managed to break his opponent 4 times, had a 55% effectiveness in the first serve, committed 7 double faults and managed to win 61% of the points on serve. As for the Finnish tennis player, he managed to break his opponent’s serve 5 times, had a 72% first serve, made a double fault and managed to win 65% of the points on serve.
The Canadian player will meet in the 32nd final of the competition with the winner of the match in which the Spanish tennis player will face each other Alexander Davidovich Fokina and the australian Alex Bolt.
The tournament takes place in Melbourne from January 9 to 30 on outdoor hard court. A total of 236 players participate in the tournament and the final phase is made up of a total of 128 among those who qualify directly, those who manage to overcome the preliminary phase of the tournament and those who are invited.