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Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett storm to US Open doubles final; Andy Lapthorne on a rollPCMAX

2019年11月13日 category : 未分類 

There has been a clean sweep of victory for British gamers in the usa Open as Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett stormed their way to their men’s doubles last while Andy Lapthorne toppled the entire world No 2 in under an hour at the quad division.
In a rematch of the two doubles finals defending champions Reid and Hewett dropped four points at the first four games prior to sealing the set. They continued their domination speed over Nicolas Peifer along with duo Stephane Houdet to your victory.
“It is not exactly what we expected to occur but I’m glad we could win with this scoreline and in that fashion,” Reid told Sky Sports. “Obviously we know when we play well we could put people away but to be honest I do not believe that was exactly what happened in that first group, I believe we only did the basics extremely well and maybe got off to a quicker start than them.”
It was a game where the challenging work they had been putting in out of also one and competition where consistency has been the key to their own success was revealed by them.
“I believed we were pretty powerful at the start and we did not give away too many cheap points and when we do we create opportunities so in the next group if they gave us a lot more to think about we reacted well, didn’t find tight and just played our game,” said Hewett.
They will now face Gustavo Fernandez and Shingo Kunieda at Saturday and want to make it a hat-trick of doubles names in New York.
Out on court , Lapthorne worked his magic against David Wagner, taking 59 minutes to dispatch the 6-1 – his comprehensive win over Wagner in their 62 livelihood meetings.
“Hard work pays off and also to begin to eventually do the way I have been doing day in, day out in practice is pretty special,” said Lapthorne.
“You will find glimpses of it at Wimbledon and the British Open and since then I’ve had a excellent week coaching in Tokyo and to interpret what I have been performing on the practice court to a large stage against a good player I have put myself in a fantastic position to hopefully move into the number two spot in the ranks.”
It was a performance which found a loads in the Brit and one where he looked cool, calm and collected from begin to finish.
“I really don’t understand exactly what it is but because the harm I have come back and I am becoming far more nervous than I was able to,” he said. “Maybe it is because when you’re out because of an injury you realise how much you miss it.
“For me personally though it’s just understanding when I get nervous I perform well so I am not attempting to get rid of the nerves, I’m just accepting them.”



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