Wayne Ferreira, a tennis legend, was hired as Frances’ coach. The South African is doing an outstanding job.
During a recent interview, he discussed how he has been assisting Frances in maintaining his focus both on and off the court. One of the most important steps was the prohibition of cellphone use.
Frances Tiafoe is having a fantastic US Open campaign, having reached the quarterfinals after defeating Rafael Nadal in four sets. The American sensation is well-known for his tennis prowess and enthusiasm for the game. He does, however, struggle with concentration.
Frances Tiafoe will face world number 11 Andrey Rublev in the first round on Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. at Arthur Ashe Stadium. Their record stands at 1-1. In Estoril, the American reached the final (Millennium Estoril Open).
Tiafoe’s next appearance will be in Seoul (Korea Open). On September 26th, he will begin the tournament from the main draw. He is also set to perform in Seoul (Korea Open). The main draw will begin on September 26th.