Rising star Lloyd Harris, 22, has praised Kevin Anderson for the impact he has had on the South African tennis as the 22-year-old says he has been taking notes and learning from the 33-year-old. South Africa isn't considered a top tennis nation but Anderson has managed to achieve some great things throughout his career, having made two Grand Slam finals and having achieved a career-high ranking of No.
5 in the world. Harris, ranked at No. 91 in the world, is now aiming to be the next big South African player after beating Tommy Paul on Friday and making his maiden ATP final at the Adelaide International. "I already got a message from him saying congrats and well done.
That’s really awesome,” Lloyd said of Anderson, per the Adelaide International. “I think it’s great for tennis in South Africa and for myself and just for us to have someone different. Kevin has kind of been leading the pack, and it allowed me to see what he’s done and learn from him”.
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