tomorrow as I haven’t been in a final before. I’m just going to keep working on the things I’ve been working on and not worry about the result.”
“I definitely had to keep my nerve and wait for my chance,” Wolf said. “He’s sneaky aggressive and can turn defense into offense in a second. I’m not sure what to expect
Wolf began the year at No. 174 in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings. He has now climbed more than 100 places this season.
Did You Know?
With Sebastian Korda and J.J. Wolf winning their respective semi-finals in Gijon and Florence Saturday, the United States has produced 10 different finalists on the ATP Tour this season: Cressy, Fritz, Opelka (3 finals), Brooksby, Tiafoe (2 finals), Giron, Isner, Nakashima, Korda, Wolf.