Mutua Madrid Open: Alcaraz quickly overtakes Zverev to advance to the quarter-finals | video

Spanish tennis player Carlos Alcaraz qualified on Tuesday Quarterfinal belonging Mutua Madrid Openfourth Masters 1000 of the season and it’s played on clay after beating a German with a lot of prestige Alexander Zverev in two sets 6-1 and 6-2.

The current champion seems to be gaining momentum and rhythm in Magic box. After his premiere’s troubles against Finn Emil Ruusuvuori andraised his level against Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov and he also did not give options to the third opponent, in what reissue of last year’s finale.

The first seed in Madrid passed a good test against a player from Hamburg who performs very well in the Spanish capital, where he adds two titles and second place, but that he is still looking for the game he offered shortly before he suffered a serious injury at the last Roland Garros. Alcaraz was relentless and you only need one an hour and 20 minutes to get rid of it.

Murtian turned out to be very solvente (21 wins and only nine unforced errors)without the need for a spectacular match where they the best shots must have come in the second round where he did not relax and raised his tennis by a point prevent any reaction from Zverev, Excessively erratic (22 unforced errors per 12 “winners”) and dejected in front of the opponent’s superiority.

Alcaraz closed the favor to his rivalon whom this weapon didn’t work, as did his two best shots, his “drive” and his two-handed crossed backhand. The Spanish tennis player has not abandoned the “break ball” throughout the meeting and he lost only eight points on his serveat the same time, continuously beat from the return (10 break-balls).

The current champion very soon began to command. After a very long gamebroke Zverev’s serve and seized the initiative on the scoreboard (3:0). The German seemed to react to the serve, but lost 40-0 and missed the second break, making the set impossible.

The one from Hamburg tried to react and he clung to his serve, waiting for the Murcian to relax. The first two he spent with great suffering, but that was the end of his resistance because number two in the world he won the last five games and qualified for the quarterfinals.

There Alcaraz will meet with the Russian Karen Kachanovaa player who is experiencing a good tennis moment, which he confirmed with his victory over his compatriot, fifth favorite and champion in the Monte Carlo Masters 1000, Andrey Rublev, P.or 7-6(8), 6-4.

(According to information from Europe Press)

Source: Aristegui Noticias