Australian starlet Alex de Minaur has vowed to keep doing the “right things” as he attempts to regain his form. The 20-year-old enjoyed a breakthrough season in 2018 as he reached two ATP finals but lost on both occasions. He went on to claim his first ATP title in January 2019, winning the Sydney International and climbed to a career-high 24 in the rankings in March.
But his season was disrupted by a groin injury after suffering a shock first-round defeat to Marcos Giron at the Indian Wells Masters. De Minaur, who spent around a month and a half on the sidelines, has struggled since returning to action, winning just three of his 10 matches.
This week’s competition in Atlanta offers De Minaur the chance to get back on track and he is confident of rediscovering his form sooner rather than later. De Minaur told the ATP website: “I feel like I’m doing all the right things, putting myself out there. If it doesn’t happen this week, next week or the week after, I’m going to keep doing the same things. “I’m going to do all the right things, be mentally strong, physically strong and I’m playing good tennis, so I think it’s just a matter of time.”
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