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Career Tuesday: Name and African Immigrant

career tuesday: Still beaming after the biggest win of his career, Auger-Aliassime explained the origin of his name to reporters, detailing how his father, an African immigrant, insisted that his mother's French name be included to give Felix more recognition in Quebec, according to Vancouver Courier. I hear all kinds of pronunciations like obviously in English 'ogre' is always present, Auger-Aliassime said with a laugh. After beating a Top-20 opponent for the first time in his career Tuesday, the Montreal teenager is doing what he can to make his name more memorable.article continues below Trending Stories Superyacht Cloudbreak anchors off Vancouver's coast Macdonald elementary renamed Xpey'Courage to Come Back nominations sought Lack of customers, high rents force Hobbs in Kerrisdale to close Auger-Aliassime pronounced oh-ZHAY ah-lee-ah-SEEM upset Lucas Pouille of France 6-4, 6-3 at the Rogers Cup, cruising into the second round of the tournament in his main draw singles debut. But no, it doesn't really matter if people who reached a career-high No. 133 world ranking heading into the week, needed just one hour 18 minutes to down the No. 18 Pouille on centre court at Aviva Centre. He also fired five aces including four in the second set alone and won 73 per cent of his first service points. The Canadian wild card saved 5-of-6 break points and converted on 3-of-6. ( As reported in the news.