Frances Tiafoe has not anything to apologize for. He helped reinvigorate men Opinion Frances Tiafoe apologized to the gang, but he had

nothing to express regret for. He had simply lost a heartbreaking semifinal on the U.S. Open, but he had received the admiration of tens 

of millions who had by no means paid a good deal attention or long past out in their manner to watch him play tennis. 

In the aftermath of a five-set loss to 19-12 months-old phenom Carlos Alcaraz after four hours, 19 minutes on Friday, Tiafoe 

 vowed to win this tournament one day. But maybe that’s beside the factor. If these closing two weeks constitute who the 24-

12 months old American can be, the following decade of guys’s tennis goes to be virtually, truly a laugh to look at. There shouldn’t be even an oz of disgrace for 

 Tiafoe dropping an epic (6-7, 6-three, 6-1, 6-7, 6-three) to Alcaraz, who is the great teenage prospect to emerge due to the fact Rafael Nadal burst onto the scene 

in 2005 as an 18-year-antique triumphing the French Open. Tiafoe battled, played with exceptional heart, came up with otherworldly pictures and pushed 

 Alcaraz to the edge. It just wasn’t quite sufficient. But the excessive first-class of the fit, the enjoyment cost of these two brilliant gamers

going from side to side beneath the lighting at Arthur Ashe Stadium and the aura they each displayed made Friday’s semifinal a unique event that should