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“Goal Will Be To Find The Fun Again”: Benoit Paire Expresses Hope For His New Season

Benoit Paire during his match against Ilya Ivashka on Simonne Mathieu court in the 2022 French Open finals day two, in Paris, France, on May 23, 2022. (Photo by Ibrahim Ezzat/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Benoit Paire during his match against Ilya Ivashka on Simonne Mathieu court in the 2022 French Open finals day two, in Paris, France, on May 23, 2022. (Photo by Ibrahim Ezzat/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Benoit Paire is the player most fans look forward to for entertainment. Besides his career records, the way he entertains the fans with his tennis prowess, such as a variety of high-risk shots and trick shots, is something fans enjoy every time he steps on the court.

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However, due to a lack of motivation and injury, the 33-year-old French tennis star could not play his best over the past couple of years. Therefore, he ended the 2022 season with a 4-22 win-loss record and sits now at No.180 in the ATP Rankings.

Paire recently took to social media to share a message about his new season.

I did 2 crappy years on the track lost the passion for the sport and when motivation is gone it’s impossible to win games!!

I have an injury that prevents me from preparing as I wish but I hope to be on the mend for the start of the new season!!

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My goal will be to find the fun again and I know that if the fun is there then I will find a correct ranking again!! Because yes my ranking is bad and it makes me sad not to start the year with the tournaments I love but I deserve this!!!

So it’s up to me to hang on and come back as soon as possible!!! Thank youuu again for all your support PS: I’m also happy to announce that I’ve found a coach

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Thiru Murugesan

I graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering. And I am a Tennis Enthusiast. Here I am writing and publishing articles just for tennis fans. Besides, I love to watch Federer & Gasquet's backhands, Nadal & Rublev's forehands, Novak's groundstrokes, Serena's serve, Murray's lob, and Kyrgios, Bublik & Paire's trick shots.

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