祝贺！吴易昺拿到中国大陆男网首个ATP巡回赛单打冠军Yibing Wu: The First Chinese Man To Win An ATP Title ���
2023-02-23 达tothe洋 8203 0 3 收藏 纠错&举报
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Wu was absolutely stunning during this tournament! Unbeliavable level of plays from him! Congrats China on having an ATP champion on your side!
Wu Yibing is definitely going places.He has power off both wings and extreme self belief.
Was rooting for him , the final definitely was nerve wrecking.Glad he managed to pull through
The number of match point saves in the final were crazy; that man has ice in his veins!
Wu's ranking was #1869 on 3/20/2022 and now #58 on 2/12/2023. A jump of 1811 places in 11 months! WOW!
Incredible, it has to be one of the fastest jumps in tennis history.
Difference between a 1000rank player and a 500 one can just be a few points
The jump in rankings is commendable but not as impressive as you think. He was probably the most promising Chinese prospect a few years back but he got injured and received very little support. Now he is finally back.
Wu took out 3 current/former Top 10 players to win the title!!!He showed great champion qualities: calm, composed, funny, and a brutal fore and back hand . Hope to see him in the Top 10 sooner than later
This kid will get to top 10 in no time - he’s gone from way outside top 1000 to just outside top 50 - his best level is insane and will compete with the best of best.
Time will tell.
Wonder who his coaches are
What a performance! Both players played magnificently, it’s a shame there had to be only one winner. Congrats to Wu for making history. I was impressed with what Isner had to say about Wu after the match- impeccable sportsmanship!
锚点Been watching Wu since he went on the challenger tear last year, what impress me the most is his chill and relaxed demeanor, almost a bit borg like, he's always so calm. Definitely the best male talent to ever came out of China
He's a force to be reckoned with. Maybe his goal of top 30 by the end of this year is more possible than we thought it was.
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Phenomenal matches!! I see many Grand Slam titles in the future from this young man!!
With their dominance in other racket sports, it's quite unbelievable how long it takes for China to be serious contenders in men tennis.
His speech was very gracious which is a sharp contrast to Fritz’s awkward handshake. This is what I love about tennis. Most of the top players are decent human being,showing respect of the opponent and fans.
What a great mental game from Wu, on top of his skills.I wish he could stay healthy and keep moving up the rank.
锚点Very happy to see Asian men winning titles in 2023. Soonwoo kwon won Adeline open which was a surprise and now Wu winning this title gives Asian men's tennis reason to look forward to.
I think he is as fast as Roger Federer. He makes no error and can strike many times continuously until a winner. He defense also turns into offense just like any great players. We will see him more often. Hopefully he persists like any other great player.
Wu reminds me of Jeremy Lin. Come as an underdog and surprise the whole world. I hope Wu can last longer than Linsanity. Cannot wait to see him against those Legends
I noticed during the match, Wu's footwork and slide were similar to djokovich, his forehand was more like nadal , and the mind set like Federer (no noise during the match and kept calm).
impressive run! Shapovalov, Mannarino, Fritz and Isner...WOW
7:51 insane point, mind blown, world class shot
I observe all the matches he play in this tournament,and sum up. His movement and flexible, pace, acceleration, footwork like alex de minaur and shot control like janik sinner. Still have ways to improve on shot sextion but he's a lot of potential to become top 10 in this era
he took down 3 top 10 guys....so not potential but facts
@ted nguyen honest to god he doesn't even need to hit top 5, i just want this man not to be a one hit wonder for a year, if he could play like in the top 20 for maybe a few years then that'll satisfy me
@ted nguyen 老实说，他甚至不需要进入世界前五，我只是希望这不是一个一年之后就销声匿迹的奇迹。如果他能持续几年排名世界前20的话就足以让我感到满足了。
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Imagine serving 44 aces in a best of 3 and losing.
Isn't that Isner's career? They really should just start every set of his matches in the tiebreaker, because you know that's where it's going to wind up.
Cause that's all he's got to go with, not much else...
I’m happy for Wu
thats pretty much isner in a nutshell. his serves rank among the best ever, but his other stuff like forehand, backhand, volley, slice, etc, don't even rank within top 100 even at his prime. most likely rank outside the top 200 all time list when it comes to those
I watched the first set and thought John would win it. Came back to find out Wu saved a few mp to take the title. This week has been insane for Wu as he took out Shapo and Fritz to get to the final. Flawless victory.
This match is just incredible! Need to give credits to both players, 3 sets (all decided with tiebreak), and how many match points did they save in the last tiebreak? As a tennis fan, this is an amazing performance from both players
Saw Isner in the thumbnail and immediately thought what a shame it was for Wu to come this close to making history but loses the final, only to be surprised at the end. Well played Tennis TV, well played!!
I hate when the thimbnail graphics give away the winner. It's like a movie poster revealing the final plot. I thought Isner had won the final game. A real nice surprise by Tennis TV by throwing a googly in the end. Loved the highlights thoroughly.
They generally put the player who gets more clicks in the thumbnail, so it's not really a spoiler. Don't understand why they cant just put both though.
What a match from both players. Isner was running every ball down and Wu had nerves of steel!
This was incredible. Probably the best level I've seen from Isner but Wu was just a beast today.
Congrats to Wu for a dream week and a 1st title! He's so calm and collected with such clean hitting. Wild to think he's the 1st Chinese man to win a title. And he did it in a dramatic, match point seesaw final. Talk about champion mentality.
I've been watching Wu since the Challenger Tour last year. He showed signs when he reached the third round of the U.S. Open last year. Even on the Challenger Tour his ball striking was tremendous. But what stands out is his mental toughness and tenacity. I think he's a top-20 player by the end of the season and a future top 10 player. Congrats, Wu Yibing! You earned your first ATP Tour title!
Amazingly played from Wu and I can’t wait to watch him continue to play!!
Can't believe how Yibing is so calm in the moment to lose a championship point.
I've never seen a player get so many aces and Wu totally impressed me because he kept his composure throughout. Wow!
Congratulations to Yibing Wu! Bravo! He is solid in both forehand and backhand. He will be top 50 this year.
Hell of a match! What a final! Congrats. John, the hometown guy, almost got it done, but congrats to Wu for 1st win. I’ll be back to check out this tourney again next year
Wu is one of my favorites now. His backhand reminds me of Nalbandian, also a favorite. More power, Mr. Wu!
This match was sensational, I'm so delighted for Wu!
GReat match. Great victory for Wu Yi Ping. I felt sorry for Isner losing in his hometown but Wu definitely deserved the win this day.
OMG! 44 Aces in one match! Imagine it's a Grand slam! The whole tournament isner fired totally 138 Aces. And poor Wu Yibing has to face 44 of them! It's insane and extremely difficult, but Wu Yibing somehow managed to win! Bravo
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What a thrilling match! Huge congratulations to both Isner and Wu for some world-class playing; either of them could have come out on top. Well done, gents!!