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Alcaraz and Ruud in search of history, Tiafoe wants to make America dream, Khachanov for a definitive relaunch – OA Sport

Flushing Meadows is pleased to know the winner of the 2022 US Open. As in the previous two editions, this year will also feature a new Grand Slam winner for the first time on a US hard court; Unlike in the past, four of the semi-finalists will appear in New York for the first time since 1881, the year the tournament was first held. But for the story being written, This weekend may become the final dedication to Carlos Alcaraz.

The Iberian has a mission, a mission becoming the youngest No. 1 in history and getting his first major, which will be the icing on the cake for 2022. Great Tests Marin Cilic first and then by Yannick Sener, Both gave up in the fifth set after two tough matches. On the other side of the fence here is not just a player, but The entire United States of America.

Who finally saw hope in the eclecticism of Francis Tiafoehas a thrilling tennis game of the highest order and has just the right dose of good madness capable of fanning the masses. The success over Andrei Rublev is the son of the great victory over Rafay Nadal, And in the eyes of Americans, this huge man from Maryland is the hope of stopping a The fast in the Grand Slam that has lasted since 2003 is very far, from Andy Roddick’s success in these areas.

Also in the other semi-final there is a man on a mission to get first place in the world rankings. Let’s talk about Norwegian Kasper Ruud (who will go down in the history of national sport through the front door with a final victory)Who won in the quarter-finals? Matteo Berrettini But overall, the current world number five has shown a much improved performance on the hard court, looking like rock solid on all the basics.

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On the other side Russian Karen Khachanovwho after the exploits at Paris-Bercy 2019 seemed to have taken the tennis player’s path from him Midline Always with someone in front of him to be able to compete for the important tournaments, and who always lacked that little bit more to aspire to the most important goals. At least until before the US Open, the success against Nick Kyrgios may have lifted him a lot.

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