Alcaraz Aliassime Indian Wells

Alcaraz advances to Indian Wells semifinals

Spanish tennis player Carlos Alcaraz defeated Canadian Felix Auger Aliassime 6-4, 6-4 after two hours of play in the Indian Wells quarterfinals. The world number 2 will meet the Italian Jannik Sinner in the semi-finals.

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Carlos Alcaraz he left behind a massive 2022 where he produced the best results of his career to become world number one. The Spaniard became the champion last season ATP Rio de Janeiro, Miami, Barcelona, ​​Madrid and US Open. In addition, he played in the final Hamburg and Umagand the semi-finals Indian Wells and Basel. After an injury that prevented him from starting the year Australian Opendecided to start Buenos Airesgets a title and then ends with a number Río. In Indian Wells exceeded Thanasi Kokkinakis, Tallon Griekspoor and Jack Draper.

A very happy Auger He is coming off a fantastic year in 2022, he made it into the top 10 and has become a very dangerous player in any tournament. Last season he became the champion ATP 500 Rotterdam and Baseland ATP 250 from Antwerp and Florence. In addition, he played the final Marseille and the semi-finals Hertogenbosch, Los Cabos and Paris. Team by team, he won the title ATP Cup and Davis cup. The year 2023 started with a loss Adelaidefourth round in Australian Openenter the rooms Rotterdamsemi-finals in Doha and eighth Dubai. In Indian Wells eliminated Pedro Martinez, Francisco Cerundolo and Tommy Paul.

Alcaraz takes it in straight sets

Carlos Alcaraz and Felix Auger Aliassime met in the quarterfinals Indian Wells.

The start of the match was led by services, and it even reached the fourth game. Then the Spaniard found space, made some good shots and found a break in the long game. The chasing Canadian fought but could not be hurt on the way back. Alcaraz went without fail to serve 6-4 and 1h02m.

Tossed in and out, the world No. 2 hit another blow to take the opening break in the second set. Showing great attitude, Felix quickly recovered with a very powerful right hand. Then again, they both got stronger from the service, remained focused, and had no critical moments. However, Alcaraz waited for the key moment to break and close it 6-4, 6-4 after 2 hours of play.

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