Plethoric Carlos Alcaraz. Murcian, 18 years old and world number 11, let go of his nerves to get his first win in a Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell-Conde de Godó Trophy against South Korean Soonwoo Kwon, and discovered part of his entire jar of essences to defeat the Mallorcan James Munar, 24 years old and number 101, for 6-3 and 6-3 at 1h.10 ‘.
Perfect performance at perfect time when there are double rounds of the eighth and quarter. the student of John Charles Ferrerocloser to entering the top 10 in the world, ensured to come into shape in a difficult Greek fight Stefanos Tsitsipas
The Greek, 23 years old and world number 5, recent champion in Monte Carlo and double finalist in Godó, also woke up against the Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov, whom he defeated 6-4 and 6-1 in 1h.10 ‘monitors time in Alcaraz court, although ends in real time an hour later.
The game is a reality. It will be seven o’clock this Friday night, after Pablo Carreno-Casper Ruudwhich will begin at five o’clock. Third duel between Alcaraz and Tsitsipas, with 2-0 for the Spanish in the balance, in US Open 2021 and Miami 2022, on the difficult path.
Another encounter on the ground for Alcaraz, the third since he won on Miami’s hard court. More minutes of filming and adapting to a surface that requires more preparation and patience.
Alcaraz showed his own tennis with the possibility to knock out the opponent if the machinery works at full speed. He did it from serving: not a single break ball agreed, 36 of 44 points won.
He was not dismissed as to his utmost in his second involvement with Barcelona. He turned out to be attentive to Rafael Nadal Courtknowing that Munar is a warrior and he needs to use as much energy as possible.
The purest Alcaraz goes straight to the quarterfinals. his twentieth victory of the season, in 23 games. Tsitsipas, who competed on rainy Thursday to close out his second-round match against Belarusian Ilya Ivashka, is also headed for a match that will come in the third-to-final tournament but could be final.
Source: La Verdad
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