Alcaraz complained about the referee charging against Roland Garros in the final with Zverev


Carlos Alcaraz he only lost a 5-2 lead in the third set. The score was 6-3, 2-6, 5-6, with a break from the German Alexander Zverev which then served for the third set.

The Spanish tennis player, upset by the situation on a day also complicated by the wind, which was strong in gusts, confronted the chair manager, the French. Renaud Lichtenstein.

And he complained, charging the courts of Roland Garros, as he did in his time. Novak Djokovic in the match where he ended up being injured against Francisco Cerundolo. He fell and aggravated a knee problem that landed him in the operating room.

Alcaraz, obviously angry, told the referee that “it is a Grand Slam tournament on land and it looks like a hard court. There is no land. It is incredible, incredible,” he commented to the chair umpire while pointing with his racket at one under the court Philippe Chatrier.

“I can’t play like this,” he said as he approached the back where his team was a few minutes later.

Alcaraz finished the third set 5-7, receiving a negative partial of 0-5, the same as in the second set.

Source: La Verdad


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