Wimbledon 2022 – Carlos Alcaraz qualified for the 3rd round after his victory against Griekspoor (6-4, 7-6 (0), 6-3)

He wanted to reassure himself, after a chaotic first round against Jan-Lennard Struff, who had put him on the ropes before the king of thrillers this season, Carlos Alcaraz, managed to extricate himself from the German trap. For his second round, the Spaniard proved to be much more effective, against an opponent of a different caliber, certainly, to reach, for the first time in his young career, the third round of the London Major, with a success in 3 innings and 2h05 (6-4, 7-6(0), 6-3).

Not everything was easy either for the seeded number 5, quarter-finalist at Roland Garros, who was the first to concede a break point, before finally playing a bad trick on his opponent while the two players in were 4-4 in the first set. Confirming then in the service, he put himself in a position of strength, before a second act again very tight.


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Until the tie break, where the 19-year-old player, still the author of 39 winning shots, spent 7 points in a row to get closer to victory. Without forgetting to confirm in the third act, more disjointed but again to the advantage of the winner of the tournaments in Rio, Miami, Barcelona and Madrid this season. His third round, against the German Oscar Otte, seeded number 32, will tell us if the kid from El Palmar has finally found his marks on the courts of the most prestigious tournament on the planet.


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