Sometimes questions can be so simple and yet so much away. “Alex de Minaur, mate , how good was that?”, bellowed the Interviewer through the Arena. Judging from the cheers of the more than 7000 Fans, was the five-set victory of the 19-year-old Australian at the Australian Open against his Swiss rival Henri Laaksonen on Tuesday evening exceptionally well.

It was also a lot of fun, the boy with the seven League boots to watch as he was finally to the new mate of the Australian Tennis. The inserted mate, is probably best with a buddy to translate, and in Australia, but a title of nobility.

Finally, there is hardly a word that brings the fraternization between Australian sports fans and their favorites so wonderfully to the point. Alex de Minaur, the size of which is officially recorded with 1.83 meters but seems to be so meager, as he was ten inches shorter, is the newest member of this unofficial hall of fame.

Defensive as well as one of the Top Ten players

The much-vaunted Australian Tennis has brought a handful of exceptionally talented men players, particularly Nick Kyrgios, has been a complicated personality. Now there is a new hope, the down-to-earth appearance: de Minaur, nickname demon , i.e. the devil.

The much-vaunted Australian Tennis has brought a handful of exceptionally talented men players, particularly Nick Kyrgios, has been a complicated personality. Now there is a new hope: de Minaur, nickname demon , i.e. the devil. Why also always.

The Teenager relies on his fast legs. No Match does not pass, in which he finishes with a dozen already lost balls, and by a piece of art over the net promotion. Above all, he forces his opponents by their own zeal to the energy maximum benefits. Now de Minaurs are defensive abilities to that of a Top-Ten player. Were it not for flaws in the chance of recovery and the still comparatively harmless serve, de Minaur would play along with his toughness probably already great title.

De Minaur is one of the most talented players in the Alexander Zverev rising Generation coming Stars. In doing so, he continues the work of his Coach, Lleyton Hewitt. Once used, the transitional years between Pete Sampras and Roger Federer, the short-term tennis wilderness with two Grand Slam titles to return.

multi national tennis biography

Soon 17 years after his Wimbledon victory, Hewitt still plays occasionally double at the highest level. But the man is now interested primarily in mind is to gather his Mantra of always paying hard work. In de Minaur, he sees the perfect heirs: “to Me makes it just a lot of fun to work with Alex,” said Hewitt before the season, the “Guardian” and was just of the back of the hand enthusiastically. This has been at a young age.

Like so many of de Minaur has a multi-national tennis biography. The son of a Uruguayan and a Spaniard, was born in Australia, lived there the first five years of his life, before it was time for the family to Spain. The majority of his teenage years, de Minaur then spent back in his hometown of Sydney. Here he also won before the week deadline, the first title of his professional career.

Nevertheless, de Minaur in his next Match against Rafael Nadal (Friday, 9 p.m.) as an outsider. Nadal is still one of the biggest hurdles of the men’s tennis, there is hardly a player who would not be pushed by the powerful blows of the Spaniard on the Court. After all, de Minaur with Hewitt someone at his side who knows how to beat Nadal. Once Hewitt won here in Melbourne in the years 2004 and 2005 are two memorable Matches against Nadal.

Should be followed by de Minaur his Mentor in this relationship, he would probably be fans final the darling of Australian tennis.

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