De Miñaur’s beautiful message to Boulter after his defeat

LKatie Boulter’s grass-court swing was providing a lot of hope for British tennis.Alongside Draper in the men’s draw and other tennis players such as Emma Raducanuthe city of London had high expectations of their compatriots for a good result at the All England Club. In Boulter’s case, his victory in Nottingham and his quarter-finals in Eastbourne they had put all the spotlights on her.

However, the Leicester tennis player has surprisingly fallen in the second round against her friend Harriet Dart by 4-6 6-1 7-6(8). After going down a break in the final set, the world number 29 had managed to turn the situation around, but ended up succumbing in the super tie-break in one of the toughest defeats of his career.

One game doesn’t define my career. That’s the first thing he told me when I left the court.

Katie Boulter, world number 29

The tennis player, visibly affected in the press conference after the match, wanted to thank her boyfriend Alex de Miñaur for the support he gave her after the match. “One game doesn’t define my career”. That was the first thing he (Alex) said to me when I walked off the court. He knows what he’s talking about. This isn’t his first rodeo. He’s been through all this before and I am lucky to have that support”he said of the world number 9 in the men’s rankings.

One of the most beloved couples on the circuit

The relationship between Boulter and De Minaur has had more impact this year, due to the great tennis moment of both. Despite being two very reserved people, both have had time to show themselves cheering each other on in their respective matches during the season.

In fact, it must be remembered that during the month of March they had a very nice moment when both played the final in Acapulco and Los Cabos respectively, and The Australian took a plane right after winning the tournament to be able to watch his girlfriend’s matchwho also won. Both are together in good times, but especially in the bad ones, as seen at Wimbledon.

 
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