At 19 years of age, Felix Auger Aliassime could be proud after a great season and he wants more also with Patrick Mouratoglou’s help. In 2019 The Canadian sensation has reached the semifinal in Miami and the finals in Stuttgart, Lyon and Rio de Janeiro and he achieved a world no.19 career-high rank.
However, things went a bit sideways after a disappointing American summer after Felix reached only the 3rd round at the Rogers Cup before crashing out in the opening matches in both Cincinnati and at the US Open.
Auger-Aliassime residence and the Patrick Mouratoglou academy
Felix decided to elect Monte-Carlo as his residence because it is an easier place to travel all over the world and it has also good weather to train (the favorable tax regimes also helps).
Felix decided to go and practice at the Patrick Mouratoglou academy that is just 45 minutes away from Monte-Carlo.
Here a video of his training
Things more satisfying to watch than Felix Auger-Aliassime's technique:
— Mouratoglou Tennis Academy 🎾 (@MouratoglouAcad) September 10, 2019
Auger-Aliassime’s schedules in China
The Canadian will later head to Chengdu where he will play the ATP250 before heading to Beijing (ATP500), and Shanghai (ATP1000).
Felix Auger Aliassime’s ranking and performance in 2019
Ranked no.21, Felix played his last match on the 27th of August when he lost to Denis Shapovalov 6-1 6-1 6-4 in the 1st round in U.S. Open.
Felix Auger Aliassime’s best performance of this year was reaching the final in Stuttgart, Lyon and Rio de Janeiro.