Carlos Alcaraz approaches the reliability of greats like Novak Djokovic and Rafa Nadal when facing a ‘tie break’Well, of the 62 set tiebreakers played, he won 37 and lost 25, 59% of the victories, according to data made public by the ATP.
The 7-0 he endorsed over Serbian Dusan Lajovic this Friday at the Rio de Janeiro Open in the second was the second for the world number 2 on the professional circuit after the defeat on June 29, 2022 by Dutch Tallon Griekspoor in the second Wimbledon round.
Among the top 10 in the rankings, only Djokovic, Nadal and Canadian Felix Auger Aliassime have better numbers in this field, where the one from Belgrade leads with 299-160 (65.1%), followed by the Majorcan with 263-168 (61%) and the one from Montreal with 90-60 (60%).
Stefanos Tsitsipas has a record of 117-83 (58%), Casper Ruud 53-50 (51%)Andrey Rublev from 76-78 (49%), Taylor Fritz from 110-85 (56%), Daniil Medvedev from 84-61 (57%) and Holger Rune from 25-19 (56%).
Although retired ahead of them all the Swiss Roger Federer continues to appear in the history of sudden deathwith a 466-247, 65.4% win.
Source: La Verdad
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