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Boynton pleased with Hurkacz's plays
Jul 6, 2021, 3:25:00 AM

Boynton pleased with Hurkacz's plays

Hubert Hurkacz has the hot hand this year and even had a great run at Wimbledon. The young star has found his groove well in the contest and is keen to prove that he is in for more big games ahead as well. Coach Craig Boynton is pleased with the star’s run so far.

Wimbledon has seen a quiet yet huge run from Hubi in his past few games. The Pole has been hot in his games and is the only man to make it to the fourth round without losing a set. The 14th seed has been at the top of his game so far after his wins over Lorenzo Musetti, Marcos Giron, and Alexander Bublik en route to the round of 16.

His big run is almost the same as his first ATP Masters 1000 in Miami earlier this year, and one can say that he has been that great since losing six games in a row as well. This run at Wimbledon shows how much he has improved over the months.

Craig is pleased with the star’s growth so far and claimed that Hubi's progress sets the tone for his other runs later in the year such as the US Open.

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‘I would have been very happy. You never know when the work is going to come good’, the coach said. ‘I’ve been around enough to know that guys at this level, when they take four, five, six, seven losses in a row, they’re eventually going to come good because they’re good players’. 

Craig said that all players have found themselves in a tough spot but then went on to come back even stronger. This run for the Pole has been a delight to watch, and even the coach knows that well. Hubert has proved his worth well.

Hubi is locked in for his games. This might just be a huge hint that the star also has his eyes set on the bigger prize at this point in time. That would mean a lot for his quest to climb at the top of the ATP Tour this year.

Craig knows that his star is doing well, and Hubi might keep on winning more games.

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Words: Paul Daniel Flores

Image: PA