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20-year-old boy will play in the tournament behind the semi-finals atEastbourne Internationaland the series of results he has established as one. The most exciting young talent in men's games.
Drapers and Raducanu sharing agents have long been marked as potential stars, and certainly too while Drapers hope to achieve what their compatriots did in 2021. He wants a lot, but there is no doubt that he has high ambitions.
"I think what she did last year was incredible and crazy. It gave many British tennis players a great belief that they could do the same. I think, "said Draper.
"We are all grateful to her for the motivation and motivation to kick herself.
" Ready for tennis I think it's how my body holds up. It's obviously very very because this is my first Grand Slam and the second time I play a (best of five) set match. Inexperienced, but I believe my tennis is good enough. "
Former Lone Tennis Association Chief Executive Officer while Raducanu stays in a regular school and goes in and out of tennis. Roger's son, Draper, has been enthusiastic about sports since he was a child, and in 2018 Wimbledon.
Jack Draper was second in the men's singles four years ago (Stephen Paston / PA)
But that wasn't a smooth road. With great growth momentum, he gained a strong match frame, but his injuries were a constant struggle. The collapse of the coronavirus pandemic occurred when his love for sports was swaying.
However, Draper seems to have gone through the other side of both issues and is head-on to get to the top of the game as soon as possible.
He achieved the unusual feat of winning four Second Tier Challenger titles in the first three months of the year. In his final title, he defeated his opponent Zizouberg in Belgium on Tuesday. He has won four of the top 50 players so far in 2022.
Jack Draper took off Novak Djokovic last year (David Gray / AELTC)
Since his debut at Wimbledon last year, Draper has been particularly keen on his move after winning his first set with the rusty Novak Djokovic in the opening round and before being hit well.
Young Londoners feel that they are another player 12 months later. "I think it's like day and night. I was injured all the way to this event last year, but I was injured again at Queens and it wasn't always unbelievable this week.
"It was a good experience to play Novak on the big court and everything else. It was a clear boost this year because I had to put a lot of grafts on the challenger. , I think I'm ready to go back to the tour level. "