Alcaraz can continue to dream of his first victory in the Grand Slam.
With four tournament victories this year, including the Masters in Miami and Madrid, and a jump to sixth place in the world rankings, the athlete from Murcia has made his way into the ring of title contenders for the most important clay court tournament.
After his comfortable first-round victory over Argentine Juan Ignacio, he bit his teeth at long-time Ramos Vinolas. Alcaraz dominated the first set, but then lost the match and produced a lot of minor fouls (74 total per match).
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His countryman, 15, took advantage of that and got the second and third rounds. The Kars got his back against the wall and even had to dodge match point in the fourth set, but he fought back his opponent who was out in the meantime and won the fourth set in the tiebreak.
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The drama on Court Simonne-Mathieu entered the final fifth chapter, which was hardly more exciting. The two Spaniards tore fans out of their seats with world-class tennis, back and forth. Ramos-Vinolas had two breaks, but Alcaraz even managed to knock the opponent out three times.
After 4:34 hours, the 19-year-old turned his first match point and threw his hands over his head in relief.
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Alcaraz then said, “I am very tired. I am very happy with my performance.”
American Sebastian Korda, who defeated Richard Gasquet in three sets 7:6 (7:5), 6:3, 6:3, is now waiting in the third round.
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