Roland Garros 2023: Alcaraz dispatches Tsitsipas and goes against Djokovic in the Semifinals | Video

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The Spanish tennis player Carlos Alcaraz qualified for the first time for the Roland Garros semifinalssecond tournament grand slams of the season, after defeating the Greek 6-2, 6-1 and 7-6 (5) without excessive suffering Stefanos Tsitsipas; will face the Serbian in the next round Novak Djokovic for a place in the final.

tsitsipas It was presented as the first big test for the number one in the world, but it showed that he did not arrive completely fine at the 'big' Parisian and that he has the Murcian as his 'black beast'.

The Spaniard maintained his undefeated against the Greek, after five duels and he did it with a high level and a solidity that came to despair his rival, finalist of the Australian Open, which was only disturbing when the first seed had its worst moment.

After showing his good level against level opponents like the Canadian Denis Shapovalov and the italian Lorenzo Musetti, the champion of the United States Open continued to show the growth of his tennis facing the final hour, especially for his crossing with the another favorite theorist next Friday. Only an oversight in the final stretch of the third quarter gave some emotion and that the shock was over two hours.

The number one in the world was devastating with his 'drive' (20 of his 36 winners), with which hammered the backhand of his rival, unable to find his punches or his forehand or his powerful serve to be able to put up more resistance. Your 30 Unforced Errors They were a slab against the Spanish.

alcaraz started strong from the beginning and filled a Tsitsipas with doubts that he could not get out of the 'black hole' into which the Spaniard put him, very solid from the bottom and also contributing his best shots. The Murcian broke early and the Greek did not find an answer before the strength at the service and his continuous mistakes, especially with his setback. Another break, to love, helped the first seed close out the first set.

The expected reaction of the Athens player did not arrive. Ballasted by his failures (13 in this second sleeve) and by seeing himself already from the first game, delivering his service again without winning any points, he could not worry at any time the pupil of Juan Carlos Ferrero, that his level did not drop one iota.

The 6-1 of the second set was a clear demonstration of the difference in the Philippe Chatrier and it did not have the desired effect on the five in the world either, crestfallen and without arguments. The Murcian did not lose focus and soon took advantage, but then he experienced his worst game to lose serve when he served to end the duel to the uproar of the stands.

Tsitsipas reached 'sudden death' and he saw himself with the possibility of turning the situation around, but there Alcaraz offered his best version again to sentence and start thinking about the challenge awaits you on fridays against the winner of 22 'Grand Slams'.

(With information from Europe Press)

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