Franco: exactly that tent, set up exactly that way (quick job on the photo search!).
We were highly motivated and had tweaked our performance each night for 2 weeks. She was the best camping buddy I never married.
Also, having working in a BP shop, I had long known and taught, "Push, never pull, tent poles through sleeves."
For this or a classic 2-pole Half-dome tent, you want a asterisk or a cross of poles, flat on the ground, BEFORE tensioning any of them into the grommets at the perimeter. i.e. insert poles into a planar tent, never a 3-D tent.
Edited to add: there's a knack to the fly as well. Insert the awning pole in the sleeve and then use the stiffness of the pole to sweep the fly over the erected tent. It is very much like a bull-fighter using his sword to wave the cape over the top of the bull.
Also: the two people must agree in advance on how to move. An obvious default is, like high-pressure systems: clockwise in the Northern Hemisphere and the reverse in Oz.