Christian Garin (24th) played a fantastic game against Felix Auger-Aliassime (21 °) in the Monte-Carlo Masters 1000 and beat it by 7-6 (3) and 6-1 to enter the second instance of the contest, in which he will face John Millman (44th).
With abysmal speed and reflexes, the Chilean left this fantastic point against the Canadian. With great dexterity, he was able to close the point from the net, a play that was repeated in several parts of the game.
To close the first set, Garin and Auger-Aliassime left us this point that the South American ended up taking. A play that had everything, in an intense rally that was the best that was seen in the first round of Monte-Carlo.
With a lot of elasticity and dexterity to attack the ball, the Chilean took this great point, which was one of the best of the match. Auger-Aliassime could do nothing against the tennis deployed by Garin, which was on the rise throughout the match.