How Frances Tiafoe went from sleeping at a tennis center to the US Open semifinals
There are a lot of players who come up with a novel approach to what they do best.
As a female pro tennis player, it’s easy to find that kind of thinking in any match you play. In fact, women will sometimes say when they’re looking for a coach that they’ll have to “find someone who thinks outside the box.” It’s no different when it comes to players who are not necessarily good at something. For those players, it’s even easier.
In the world of tennis, what makes a player a good player is not always what they do on the court, but what they do off the court. That’s the case when it comes to the latest player to make it to the US Open semifinals.
In tennis, it doesn’t matter what you’re good at practicing. What matters is how hard you practice. One of the biggest takeaways from tennis’ Open era is that a player’s ranking does matter a lot. In fact, it’s more impactful that the player’s game. That’s because the way to get to the top of the ranking is to be able to win. But that’s not what makes players good.
Tennis has been dominated by men for years. For example, the women’s game has been dominated for years. But the women’s game is changing. The women’s game is no longer dominated, as it used to be in the 80s and the 90s. In fact, when you look at the women’s game, you can see a lot of innovation taking place in that space.
What has changed is the landscape of women’s tennis.
When you see a player like Venus Williams, you realize that she is playing the game in a way that people haven’t played before. But even Venus is still a long way from the top. But there are many women who are playing differently, who are playing differently than women have historically played.
It’s not just Venus, of course. A lot of these players can play at the top of the game. But that’s not what makes them good at playing. It’s something that is harder to measure.
One player in the world who has broken onto the scene late last year is 21-year-old Frances Tiafoe. He made his