Roland Garros: Carlos flies against Alkaraz Khachanov and measured in quarters with Alexander Zverev


I won 6-1, 6-4 and 6-4. In the recent final in Madrid, he overwhelmed his rival German on Tuesday

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Alkaraz, in action against Khachanov.Martin DivisiEFE
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As the tournament progresses, doubts are clearly visible in the second round match. Albert Ramos-Violasin which i picked up equal points Against, they have been left behind. Carlos Alcaraz defeated Karen Khachanov 6-1, 6-4 and 6-4, in two hours 14 minutes and play against the quarterfinals this Tuesday Alexander ZverevWhich he defeated in the final of the Matua Madrid Open. Minutes after Nadal’s tough fight, it was Mercian’s turn in a low-temperature night session. The kid is not discouraged from playing in that turn, as he had already demonstrated his perfect relationship with the stands in his third round match. Sebastian Korda,

Khachanov, 26, the twenty-first favourite, is a proven tennis player who, however, has fallen short of the future he initially aimed for. Winner of four titles, most importantly, in 2018, the Masters 1000 at Paris-Bercy and Olympic runner-up in Tokyo, the Russian can’t make up for the shortcomings with his good serve and his backhand with his powerful forehand.

Alcaraz, who had already played a great match against Korda, dominated him from start to finish. It did little for Khachanov to increase the risk margin after losing the first set. The Spaniard got a break and took the second set with ease. The Russian’s last attempt was his only break in the match, which allowed him to equalize three in the third set. Alcaraz stopped any sign of reaction by breaking back, in a game he defined with a brilliant lob executed by passing the ball between his legs. Kalitos in its purest form.

From there, straight to a new and solid victory. The Russian gave his last gasp, saving five match points with his serve and extending his presence at Philippe-Chatier. With his serve, the Spaniard finished the evening. He is the youngest player since Andrei MedvedevIn 1993, reaching two Grand Slam quarterfinals.

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