Benoit Paire after the defeat: "I'm really exhausted"

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Benoit Paire after the defeat: "I'm really exhausted"

The season of French tennis player Benoit Paire has experienced total ups and downs. The transalpine athlete experienced one of the lowest moments of his career at the beginning where he was even accused of lack of commitment and an incredible series of defeats made him collapse in the standings.

We recall that he also has alleged problems with the vaccine of the COVID-19, as he said in a precedent interview. Benoit pointed a lot of these defeats to the absence of the crowd in the stands, a situation that led to a lack of stimulus and serious difficulties for a good part of the season.

Episodes during the match, situations like spitting in Buenos Aires made his season difficult and at times traumatic. On the other hand, with the return of the public and almost to normality we have seen a Paire in clear recovery that has also obtained some good results.

However, the tennis player fell in the first round of Indian Wells 2021, defeated with the result of 6-4 6-4. In the first set after a series of breaks the American Frances Tiafoe found the decisive one while in the second set a break in the first game was enough to sanction the defeat of Paire.

Paire's words at the press conference

At the end of the match, the words of the French tennis player made noise again with the player who appeared more than disappointed after the defeat. A curiosity about the Frenchman is the fact that at the end of the match when Tiafoe asked him about the plans for the future he simply replied with Party.

Here are his words in the conference: "The match against Tiafoe immediately became a bit complicated for me, especially compared to the recent ones where I played well. Right now I have a couple of gaps in my game that stand out a lot, but in the end I think everything is fine.

Right now my game is not the most important thing, what matters is that I can stay on the pitch and have fun. I will finish this year in the top 50 in the world (thanks also to the frozen ranking) and that was my goal this year. It's been a very long season for me and honestly I'm tired."

Benoit Paire