Over the last couple of years, American Sam Querrey has made a superb resurgence. Ranked 59th in the world at the start of 2016, in 2017 he’s won two titles, and as the US Open got underway had risen to 21.
Most notable of all have been Querrey’s efforts at Wimbledon. In 2016, he upset world number one and defending Novak Djokovic and made it to the quarters. This year at the All England Club he repeated that effort, taking down holder and number one-ranked Andy Murray. Sam also went one round further, reaching the semis – his first run ever to the final four of a major.
As Querrey recently explained to Mary Carillo, a number of factors have helped him enjoy tennis more than ever, including the addition of a new team member, a subtle equipment change and his thoughts on the competitive landscape of contemporary men’s tennis.
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