Alex Diminor and Katie Boulter Win Singles Title

‘Tennis Couple’ Alex Diminor and Katie Boulter Win Singles Title at Tour Tournament

Diminor departs to watch the Bolter finals on an early morning flight the day after winning the championship.

‘Tennis couple’ Alex Diminor (10th, Australia) and Katie Boulter (27th, Great Britain)

created a heart-warming scene by winning the singles title at the tour tournament.

The one who won first was Diminor. 온라인카지노사이트

Diminor reached the top in the singles at the Men’s Professional Tennis (ATP) Tour Mexico Open,

which ended in Acapulco, Mexico on the night of the 2nd local time.

It was almost midnight when Diminor’s finals ended.

At this time, Boulter was in the singles final of the Women’s Professional Tennis (WTA) Tour San Diego Open,

which was being held in San Diego, California, USA.

The finals were held the next day, on the 3rd.

After confirming his win,

Diminor was asked, “How will you celebrate tonight?”

in an on-court interview, and answered, “I can’t do that.

Because I have to catch a flight at 6 a.m. tomorrow.”

He said he would fly to San Diego the next day to watch his girlfriend’s finals in person.

The distance from Acapulco, Mexico to San Diego, USA is about 3,200km,

so it was a very tight schedule to meet the finals, which started at 3pm the next day.

In her three-day final, Boulter defeated Marta Kostyuk (No. 32, Ukraine) 2-1 (5-7 6-2 6-2)

in a close battle of 2 hours and 13 minutes, and won the WTA 500 for the first time in her career.

Won the graded singles championship.

In an on-court interview after the win, Boulter expressed special thanks to Diminor.

“I want to say a small but special greeting to my boyfriend,” said Boulter,

who was born in 1996 and is three years older than Diminor.

“He finished playing in Mexico at midnight last night, and this morning at 4:15 a.m. he took a taxi to the airport and arrived here.”

“They came all the way,” he introduced to the fans.

Diminor and Boulter, who began dating in 2020,

also competed as a team in mixed doubles at major competitions.

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