This is how Alcaraz’s path to Indian Wells remains after the draw


Carlos Alcaraz will reappear on the ATP circuit on Friday the 10th or Saturday the 11th, the days set aside by the Indian Wells ATP Masters 1000 for contention in the second round of a tournament that will take place from March 8 to 19 at this resort that will appear in the california desert.

The Murcian, 19 years old and world number 2, returned to compete 102 days later, clinching the title in Buenos Aires and the final in Rio de Janeiro, both on clay. Brazil’s injury while defending the crown against Cameron Norrie This meant giving up on the British and also without ATP Acapulco after suffering a “grade 1 strain in the hamstring of my right leg which will take me out for a few days”.

He will arrive in time for a date where he made the semifinals last year, losing to Rafael Nadal, absent due to injury on this occasion. It doesn’t compete either Novak Djokovicwho did not obtain a special permit requested to enter the United States, which will not lift the ban on foreigners who have not been vaccinated against covid until May.

Without the Serbian in the competition, the number one account is meridian: Alcaraz regains the leadership of the ATP if he is the Indian Wells champion. Although keeping it would mean having to do a double take after revalidating Miami.

After the draw for the Indian Wells Masters 1000, Alcaraz knew he would start against the American Brandon Holtson of the former champion Tracy Austinor a tennis player from the previous episode.

the dutch Tallon Griekspoor will be his opponent in the third round. In the eighth, the Asturian Pablo Carrenoback after elbow problems, or the British Dan Evans.

Clash in the quarters against the Canadians Felix Auger Alissime or the polish Hubert Hurkaczwithout removing the mighty American tommy paul.

In the ‘semis’ a possible crossover with the current champion, the local taylor fritzor its generational competitor, the Danish Holger Rune. Although they also revolve around that sector alex deminaur either Jannik Sinner.

From below, as a hypothetical opponent in the final, the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas or the norwegian Casper Ruudalthough they both had to beat some Russians in the quarterfinals, Andrey Rublev and Daniil Medvedev, respectively.

Hypothetical round of 16

Carlos Alcaraz (Esp/1)-Pablo Carreño (Esp/15)
​Hubert Hurkacz (Pol/9)-Felix Auger-Aliassime (Can/8)
​Taylor Fritz (USA/4)-Alex de Milnaur (Aus/16)
​Jannik Sinner (Ita/11)-Holger Rune (Din/7)
Daniil Medvedev (Russ/5)-Alexander Zverev (Germany/12)
Karen Khachanov (Russ/13)-Casper Ruud (Nor/3)
Andrey Rublev (Russ/6)-Cameron Norrie (GBR/10)
Frances Tiafoe (USA/14)-Stefanos Tsitsipas (Gre/2)​

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The Spanish crosses

Carlos Alcaraz-Brandon Holt or Qualy
T. Etcheverry or A. Murray-Pablo Carreño
Pedro Martínez-Marc Andrea Huesler
Alex Molcan-Albert Ramos
Roberto Bautista-E. Ruusuvuori or C. Lestienne
Y. Wu or Jaume Munar-Alejandro Davidovich
Bernabe Zapata-Ugo Humbert
Qualy-Roberto Carballés

Source: La Verdad


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