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French Open – Carlos Alcaraz stunned the tennis world with a gala against Stefanos Tsitsipas: “Superhuman!”

French Open – Carlos Alcaraz stunned the tennis world with a gala against Stefanos Tsitsipas: “Superhuman!”

Carlos Alcaraz does not tend to exaggerate or brag about statements. So the US Open champion says a lot when he describes his 6: 2, 6: 1, 7: 6 (7: 5) against Stefanos Tsitsipas in an interview with Eurosport as “one of the best matches of my career.”

“It was unbelievable at first. I wasn’t playing normally,” said the 20-year-old, hitting the nail in the head.

The quarterfinal match against Tsitsipas in the evening session was a thriller, playing tennis with two equal opponents at the highest level.

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It turns out differently. 60 minutes passed when Alcaraz led 6: 2 and 4: 1.

The world number one dug amazing balls out of the sand in Paris, hitting massive forehands in a row and blocking even Tsitsipas’ most accurate attacking balls.

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Boris Becker, Eurosport expert, spoke about perfection in two and a half sentences. It was noticeable to the spectators at Court Philippe Chatrier that although they admired the Spaniard’s art, they would have liked to see more resistance from Tsitsipas.

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Understandable, after all, Alcaraz got their first point of the game after just 1 hour and 43 minutes. Thanks to the morale and fighting spirit of Tsitsipas, there was an extra half hour – before the uncanny talent from El Palmar put the lid on an unforgettable encounter.

The famous performance was not only bitter for the unchanged Tsitsipas, but also a warning to the competition.

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A message to Djokovic? “Hi, old man…”

First of all to Novak Djokovic, who met the young wonder in the semi-finals. Alcaraz declared it “a match that everyone wants to see” and is looking forward to it. The veneration of the Serbs’ accomplishments or rank was not part of it.

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Mats Wilander speculated, jokingly in Eurosport, that “Maybe Carlos sent Novak a little message. Along the lines of: ‘Hey old man, I’m here.'” Swede.

Wilander: “Such a great pace from Alcaraz”

Djokovic, as the 36-year-old has proven many times, also plays in this league.

Wilander is totally excited about Alcaraz: ‘superhuman’

The only question is whether he can bring Alcaraz to his knees in his current state. “Novak is a genius,” Wilander asserts, “but Carlos’ unbelievable speed on the field may be too much for him.”

That may be so, but the good news for the tennis world is this: chances are very good that there will be an epic Grand Slam duel for generations in the semifinals on Friday – with a totally open outcome.

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