Mirra Andreeva, star in Break Point next season, like the attention they're giving

Mirra Andreeva will be one of the stars present in the next season of Break Point, a Netflix series that has just concluded its first season, divided into two parts

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Mirra Andreeva, star in Break Point next season, like the attention they're giving

Mirra Andreeva will be one of the stars present in the next season of Break Point, a Netflix series that has just concluded its first season, divided into two parts. A tweet from The Tennis Letter, said that the young Russian tennis player loves the attention she is receiving and confirms that she will be in the next season of Break Point, repeating the words of the Russa: "We started to work together in Paris.

I like the attention they're giving me. They just follow me, they don't ask me any questions. I just do my thing and they're just around. They're nice people. So far!"

Mirra Andreeva reveals her idol

Mirra Andreeva revealed the name of her great idol after gaining access to the third round of a Grand Slam for the first time in her career at the age of 16 by clearly beating Diane Parry in straight sets at the last Roland Garros.

The very young Russian player is literally forging ahead and attracting the interest of the tennis world with victories and significant performances. Andreeva joked at the press conference and told a nice anecdote about Djokovic.

She said: "Roger Federer has always been my idol, my number one. But after Roland Garros last year, when Rafael Nadal won, everything changed in my mind. Now Roger and Rafa are both in first place for me, but I don't want to offend Novak Djokovic.

Nole? I met him in the lobby of the Suzanne-Lenglen on his way to the dressing rooms. He was singing a song before taking the field. I don't remember his opponent's name, but he seemed really relaxed. This is my first memory.

I like the way he plays, he counterattacks very well and is a very good defender. I've always watched him, Roger and Rafa on television, dreaming of one day being able to play on these very important courts. Djokovic has won 22 Grand Slams, so my dream is to reach 25. For now, my goal is to think match by match."

Photo Credits: pics by Mattia Martegani

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