US Open: Felix Augur-Aliassime beats Frances Tiafoe in a thriller to qualify for the quarter-finals

The world no 12 seed reached his first quarterfinals by beating Frances Tiafoe.

On Monday, the current No 12 seeded Felix Augur Aliassime of Canada beats Frances Tiafoe in which it was a thrilling and fantastic game for the very first time by winning in the last set 4-6, 6-2, 7-6 (6), 6-4 to officially qualify for the quarterfinals of the US Open.

The Canadian outclassed the Italian as he put across 24 aces in total as stunned him by his attacking shots. He also is the youngest man in the US Open to reach three successful major quarter-finals since Juan Martin Del Petro of Argentina did the same back in the year 2008-2009. Felix is one of the favourites to win the tournament as fans are excited. The crowd erupted after Felix Augur took the victory over Frances Tiafoe as they witnessed a nail-biting and an absolute edge of the seat game as both men performed exceptionally with their use of the strength and abilities used during the match. The Canadian was even congratulated by many fans around the world with his hard-fought victory over Frances Tiafoe. He is proving to be a bright young star in the upcoming future.


With this victory, Felix Augur Aliassime reaches his second consecutive quarter-finals. He said on the on-court interview “I understand supporting your fellow American he deserves the applause, he’s done an amazing effort.” The Canadian also commented on his opponent by quoting “He’s a great player. At some point, age is just a number and he already feels like a player that’s established,”

Felix Augur Aliassime stormed through his victory as he celebrated by quoting “ Advancing to QF MOOD”