LE SCAN SPORT – Just after the match point against Mikael Ymer, the Canadian stared at three very turbulent Swedish supporters throughout the game.
Felix Auger-Aliassime had to draw on his reserves to dismiss Mikael Ymer on the adjoining court of the Paris Rolex Masters, in Bercy, in three and a half hours of play (6-7, 6-4, 7-6). A fierce fight fought on the field but also in the stands against the Swede, against three spectators visibly fans of the Scandinavian and placed at the edge of the court.
These three supporters never stopped encouraging, in an extremely strong and sometimes even a little too much way, the opponent of the Canadian who, once the match point had been won, turned towards them, staring at them for a long time and pointing his finger to his mouth.
Sometimes there are unpleasant behaviors
«Yes, a big tension and a big atmosphere… It’s a shame. I like the atmospheres but sometimes it’s a bit difficult. We are there, we are players, in a vulnerable position and we do our best but sometimes there are unpleasant behaviors“, commented at the microphone ofEurosport the player who remains on a series of 14 consecutive victories on the circuit.