Puts the karaz on display
The Future Challenge, the highly anticipated third round between the two children Carlos Alcaraz (born in 2003) and Sebastian Korda (born in 2000) ends with a reward for the Spaniard, the easy winner in three sets against 6-4, 6-4, 6-2. The speed in Alcaraz’s movements, the determination in the decisive moments of the match and the great variety of the game allowed the Spaniard to easily have an opponent who still lacked killer instinct. Without overdoing it, champion Murcia grabbed the first set thanks to a surgical break for the third match. He defended it without too many problems and then in the second set, after saving 2 break points that would have seen him drop 3-1, Alcaraz made another break in 2 all confirmed to the end of the set. In the third, Korda’s stamina only lasted a few matches. In the 2-2 game, the Kars upped their pace and with a double break he went to close with a superb backhand down the line for the 6-2 final after 2 hours 6 minutes of play. On his counter there were 24 winners, 26 freebies, 4 break points exploited in 15 and 5 break points saved in 5. In his first round of 16 at Roland Garros (second in his career in Grand Slam after a quarter United Final (Open Nations last September). (Mon, March).
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