The Tour: A Day In The Life With Felix Auger-Aliassime

BY ATP STAFFWhen Felix Auger-Aliassime sat down to plan his season, he had one major goal in mind. “In 2022 I want to win one or more titles,” said the Canadian as he let ATP Uncovered spend some time with him at his off-season training camp at the Monte Carlo Country Club. “I have what it takes to be able to do that.”Auger-Aliassime was not wrong. Just two months later he clinched his maiden tour-level title at the ABN Amro World Tennis Tournament, defeating Andrey Rublev and Stefanos Tsitsipas on his way to lifting the trophy.As the 21-year-old starts his day in Monte Carlo start with a warm-up in the gym under the watchful eye of fitness coach Nicolas Perrotte, he acknowledges that the physical improvements that have brought him so much success on tour have not been built overnight, but over his whole career on tour.“There hasn’t been a huge change from one year to another,” says Auger-Aliassime. “But [from 2016] until now, for sure my body has changed a lot.”

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