Felix Auger-Aliassime recently shared his delight over his achievements in the 2022 season.
Auger-Aliassime is on a roll this season and has won three straight titles in Florence, Antwerp, and Basel. His win streak was ultimately broken in the semifinals of the Paris Masters.
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The Canadian, who qualified for the ATP Finals for the first time, got off to a poor start when he lost to Casper Ruud. However, he quickly rebounded, defeating 22-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal to score his first career victory over the Spaniard. Unfortunately, Auger-Aliassime fell to American Taylor Fritz in his final group-stage encounter, thus ending his run at the elite year-ending event.
In an interview with We Are Tennis, Auger-Aliassime disclosed that he was really pleased with how he achieved all of his goals this year.
"It's a great satisfaction, it's maybe even the first year where I can really say that I have achieved all my goals and even better," said Auger-Aliassime. "When I look at the season in a whole and tell myself that I won my titles and that I qualified for the Masters, that I am now sixth in the world, I am very pleased."
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The 22-year old started the year by leading Team Canada to victory at the ATP Cup in January. He followed this strong performance by capturing his maiden ATP title in Rotterdam a month later. After a fairly strong mid-season, Auger-Aliassime went on a tear, winning three consecutive titles at the Firenze Open, Antwerp and Basel. After reaching a career-high ranking of World N.6, the Canadian ended his season by making his debut at the ATP Finals.