US Open 2023: Alcaraz advances to the second round and criticizes Rubiales | Video

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The Spanish Carlos Alcaraznumber one in the ATP ranking, began his defense of the US Open eliminating the German Dominik Koepfer, 75th in the world, who had to retire due to injury in the second set, and also criticized the behavior of Luis Rubialespresident of the RFEF, for his non-consensual kiss to Jenny Beautiful.

Dominik Koepfer being treated for his injury.

“I have followed the matter. Obviously it is something that has caused a lot of talk, I think in Spain much more. We are here and we do not know everything that has been formed there in Spain. But the fact that it has come this far already says what a magnitude it is,” said the Spaniard.

My opinion is that, I will be honest, these are attitudes that a senior official does not have to show. It is my only opinion that I am going to give on the matter. And let's hope that it is resolved soon since the women's team has made a historic achievement and that not so much credit has been given for what has happened is a shame.

World number one and current champion of the US Open and Wimbledon, Alcaraz surpassed the first round due to the withdrawal of the injured Koepfer, who sprained his left ankle in the first game of the match and left with 6-2 and 3-2 down after 60 minutes.

Alcaraz will face South African Lloyd Harris in the next round, who defeated Argentine Guido Pella 7-6(5), 6-4 and 6-4 in two hours and five minutes.

The Russian did not fail among the male favorites Daniil Medvedev or Italian Jannik Sinner while in the women's draw the Belarusian advanced Aryna Sabalenka and the American Jessica Pegula but the Frenchwoman said goodbye in the first round Caroline Garcia.

Finally, venus williams, who received an invitation to the New York tournament, lost in the first round to the Belgian Greet Minnen; while andy murray he beat Frenchman Corentin Moutet and thus added his 200th Grand Slam win.

(With information from EFE)

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