Jan-Lennard Struff remains optimistic despite narrowly missing ATP title in Stuttgart
Despite missing out on his first ATP title in Stuttgart, Jan-Lennard Struff remains fighter who is determined to learn from his dramatic defeat against Frances Tiafoe in the final. Though disappointed, he promised to bounce back and get his first title eventually.
Struff lost the final in a highly competitive match that was marked by twists and turns. He even had a match point that he was unable to convert. However, he took the setback in stride and is confident on his ability to recover from it. "The past has shown that I can get back up again. That will happen again," he said.
Despite suffering his third ATP final loss, Struff put on an impressive display throughout the tournament, and is proud of his achievements. He is grateful for the support of many tennis fans and enthusiasts despite the defeat. "I played really well. I am proud of what I achieved, and I'll be taking that into the next few weeks," he said.
Struff is determined to continue working hard towards his goal of winning an ATP title someday. Currently ranked number 21 in the world, he will play alongside Alexander Zverev in Halle next week.
Whilst he is taking the defeat hard, Struff is happy to focus on the positive aspects of his game that he can improve upon, and is confident about his path forward in the world of tennis.