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Le joueur de tennis Félix Auger-Aliassime sourit et salue la foule de sa main gauche.

Felix Auger-Aliassime won the second title in a row

Auger-Aliassime was crowned champion after defeating American Sebastian Korda in straight sets 6-3 6-4 in the final. That lasted an hour and 24 minutes.

It’s been another wonderful week. I played some great tennis and I struggled really hard to be here in front of you today. I have to pay tribute to my team which I thankAs Auger Eliassim said at the award ceremony.

My trainer and physiotherapist are here, and my whole family spent the week here. Thank you. It’s been a great weekMontrealer added.

It is in his case the eighth win over the 11-day period which also covers the tournament in Florence, Italy, where he was the 10th player in the world crowned winner Exactly a week ago.

Protected by Tony Nadal It will point to 9th on the ATP when the rankings are updated on Monday.

Auger-Aliassim has now scored in three titles he has won on the ATP circuit. Remember, he’s been booked in eight finals before Breaking the ice at the beginning of the season in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

22-year-old Kipker was the first to break in the sixth game of the opening set to widen the lead to 4-2. He immediately confirmed his casting success, then won the acting a few minutes later.

Imperial with balls in hand, the second seed in Antwerp left only crumbs for Korda, who took advantage of two break points early in the second half, to no avail.

Standing against the American for a 2-2 draw, Auger-Aliassime took the opportunity to score a steal at the expense of his 22-year-old opponent, ranked 36th in the world.

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Montrealer had seven aces and a double fault during the match, while Korda, the least efficient, scored 1-2 in this regard. Steady in service, he made 78% of his first serve, complicating the task of his opponent.

On his way to the final stage on Belgian soil, Auger-Aliassime swept the French out of his way Richard Gasquet And the Manuel Jennard So are the British Daniel Evans (No. 5).

For her part, Korda qualified for the finals for the second week in a row. He lost last Sunday in Gijon, Spain, to Russian Andrey Rublev.

Auger-Aliassime finds himself at the height of the race to reach the ATP Finals, which will feature the top eight players of the season at a tournament taking place in mid-November in Turin, Italy.