“Hate to see my dawg out of DC”
Frances Tiafoe has expressed her sadness at the announcement of the departure of two-time WNBA champion Alysha Clark from the Washington Mystics. After two seasons in DC, Clarke will join the Las Vegas Aces and team up with coach Becky Hammon.
Born in Maryland, the American is a big fan of Washington teams in the NBA and WNBA. He is frequently seen on the field at Washington Wizards games and has even started to take to the field for cross training.
The world number 15 shared the Mystics’ message thanking Alysha for all her contributions to her social media and expressed her sadness over the move. Tiafoe, however, wished her the best and expressed her love for her skills.
“I hate to see my guy out of DC. But I wish you the best for the future. Love you sister,” he wrote on Instagram. Frances Tiafoe’s Instagram Story Frances Tiafoe and the exciting future of American men’s tennis team Team USA have won the inaugural United Cup in Australia.
Starting the new season with a bang, Team USA defeated Team Italy in the 2023 United Cup final to clinch the title.
Led by Frances Tiafoe, Jessica Pegula, Taylor Fritz and Madison Keys, Team USA made history by winning the inaugural edition of the tournament. The enormity of the occasion was not lost on the players as they celebrated their triumph on social media.
The Australian Open brought unprecedented new success to American players, starting with Mackenzie McDonald knocking out No. 1 seed and defending champion Rafael Nadal from the tournament in the second round. Although Fritz left the tournament in the second round, a record eight American players made the tournament’s last 32.
Tiafoe and other American players shared their support for Ben Shelton, Tommy Paul and Sebastian Korda, who reached the quarter-finals of the tournament. Paul became the first American to reach the semifinals of the tournament since Andy Roddick in 2009.
Despite being knocked out of the tournament in the third round by Karen Khachanov, Tiafoe achieved a career-high No. 15 in the world. While the 25-year-old expressed his disappointment at leaving the competition earlier than expected, he maintained a positive attitude about it and said it would encourage him to do better when he returns to Melbourne Park l ‘next year.
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