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You are playing for a lot of money and a lot of ranking points, but just having people watching motivates me. I imagine a lot of other athletes feel the way I do.
I changed a few things with my mindset. I was getting used to it. Unfortunately it took me three or four weeks instead of one match to do that.
That burdensome slump ended in his next appearance on the clay in Hamburg, where he qualified and beat Kevin Anderson to reach the round of Paul lost in three sets to Andrey Rublev, but his self-belief was restored as he headed to Paris for the French Open.
Even when I lost to Rublev I played really well. In his last tournament of the season, Paul lost to Stan Wawrinka in the second round at the Paris Masters event after moving within striking distance of a straight-set victory.
I am still bummed out about that loss. All in all, however, he had an uplifting season. Through it all, he was boosted immeasurably by Brad Stine, one of the premier coaches in tennis.
He was working at the USTA back when I was working with Diego Moyano as a junior. We have always had a really good relationship and he is a great guy to hang out with.
I have always liked his coaching style, which has meshed well with my personality and game style. He is a lot of fun and he makes it relaxing for me.
But he definitely tells me when I am doing something wrong or need to do something better. For instance, he is constantly trying to get me to stop sliding on hard courts.
He has improved my footwork overall and he is the guy I talk to before a match about a game plan. Brad has been around the sport forever as a coach.
He knows it all. In concert with Stine, Paul is looking to revamp his game these days. Following his performance in Atlanta, Tommy was awarded a wildcard into the ATP Washington Open.
Paul defeated Casper Ruud to advance to the second round. He then played Lucas Pouille and achieved the biggest win of his career, defeating the Frenchman in straight sets.
In the next round, he faced Gilles Müller again, but this time came out on top in three sets to reach his first ATP quarterfinal.
There he faced Kei Nishikori and lost in three sets. In September , Paul broke into the top for the first time in his career having won his second ATP Challenger title of the year in New Haven , after winning in Sarasota earlier in the season.
Paul possesses a strong attacking forehand and solid footwork along the baseline and speed coming into net, attributes that have allowed him success on clay surfaces.
Paul is currently coached by Brad Stine. Current through the Rolex Paris Masters. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
American tennis player. W Won; F finalist; SF semifinalist; QF quarterfinalist; R rounds 4, 3, 2, 1; RR round-robin stage; Q qualification round; A absent; NH not held.
To avoid confusion and double counting, these charts are updated at the conclusion of a tournament or when the player's participation has ended. May 21, ATP Rankings : Top ten American male singles tennis players as of 19 October John Isner 23 2.
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On February 6, , Paul defeated Pete DeGrasse before 2, spectators in Detroit's Olympic Stadium in a ten round points decision. In the second round, Paul landed a left hook followed by a straight right that knocked DeGrasse to the floor for a count of five, but Degrasse tore into Paul after he arose with a left hook and right cross to the chin.
DeGrasse then countered with a strong rally in the fourth that may have won the bout for him. In a late rally, Paul took the tenth convincingly with a two fisted attack that along with the second round knockdown turned the final points scoring in his favor.
Scotty Montieth, the organizer of the NBA world featherweight tournament, used the outcome of the bout to move Paul along to the next round, but was also impressed with DeGrasse's performance.
Paul defeated Bushy Graham on April 8, in a ten round points decision at Detroits's Olympia Stadium, in his first bout of the NBA world featherweight elimination tournament.
The bout drew only a small depression era crowd of 2, Graham's speed, agile ducking, and elaborate footwork made him a difficult opponent on whom to land solid blows.
The first six rounds were close, but Paul took the lead in the seventh when he opened a cut over Graham's right eye in a rapid exchange of hard punches, winning the round by a wide margin.
Graham won the eighth with his ability to dance away from Paul, and a couple of long range clouts to Paul's jaw. Paul clinched his victory by winning the ninth by a shade, and more clearly taking the last round.
Graham, who was warned three times by the referee for avoiding and not actively engaging his opponent, danced and used his fancy footwork throughout the bout, but was booed my many for throwing far too few punches at Paul.
Paul defeated Frankie Wallace on April 29, by a ten round decision in the last semi-final bout of the NBA world featherweight elimination tournament in Detroit.
Many of his most telling blows were damaging left jabs. In the final round of the tournament on May 26, , Paul faced Johnny Pena for the vacant National Boxing Association World featherweight title in Detroit, Michigan.
Winning handily, the referee gave Paul every round but the seventh. In that round, Pena caught Paul in a corner and battered him with straight lefts and right hooks to the head.
In the eighth and ninth the fighting seemed somewhat close. By the tenth round, Paul was tiring, but he caught Pena with a blow to the cheek that caused his opponent's knees to buckle momentarily.
Paul was able to take the lead for most of the remaining rounds. In his first bout since taking the world featherweight title, on June 14, , Paul lost to future Hall of Famer and former world flyweight champion Fidel LaBarba in a ten round point's decision at Los Angeles's Olympic Auditorium.
In a non-title fight, LaBarba took four rounds, Paul took one, and the rest were even. LaBarba's strong left hooks connected too frequently, and by later rounds, Paul was occasionally dropping his guard leaving LaBarba easier access to land blows.
Paul lost a ten round decision to Baby Arizmendi in a non-title fight in Mexico City on September 16, In a heated bout, Arizmendi was down in the third and eighth rounds, with Paul down in the second and fourth.
In a rare and stunning victory, Paul defeated Fidel LaBarba in a ten round mixed decision at Chicago Stadium. Before 5, spectators on December 29, , Paul managed to outbox and outfight the more experienced LaBarba in a victory that removed most remaining doubts that he had a right to the world featherweight title.
Before a slim depression era crowd of 5,, Paul lost the featherweight world title to Freddie Miller at Chicago Stadium in a close fifteen round unanimous decision on January 13, In the first two rounds Paul took the lead, dealt blows to Miller all around the ring, and knocked him spinning into the ropes in the third.
In the early fourth, the tide turned and Miller took the lead, feinting with his right, and bringing damage to bear with his left.
For much of the remainder of the bout, Miller swung his left to the jaw and right to the head effectively, taking a commanding lead in points scoring.
In an important contest, Paul drew with future NBA world featherweight champion, Syrian-American Petey Sarron in eight rounds on April 25, in Alexandria, Virginia.
Although the referee had Paul winning the bout, both judges ruled for a draw. The following month, on May 9, Paul drew again with Sarron in a ten round points decision in Alexandria.
Paul defeated George Hansford on November 10, at Hollywood's Legion Stadium in a ten round points decision. Hansford fought many of the top rated bantam and featherweight boxer's of his era, and maintained a winning record.
In a close bout, Paul was dropped for a nine count in the second, but came back to take six rounds according to the Pittsburgh Press. Abe Roth, the referee, gave 5 rounds to Paul, with three to Hansford, and two even.
In a final loss by fourth round knockout to Hansford on August 24, in Los Angeles's Legion Stadium, Paul was knocked twice to the canvas in the second round, and twice in the fourth.