Sinner and Zverev are also cruising… ‘Gang Server’ Isner retires
‘Wimbledon Champion’ Carlos Alcaras (No. 1, Spain) reached the third round of the US Open (total prize money of $65 million, approximately 85.76 billion won),
the last major tennis tournament of the year.
Alcaras defeated Lloyd Harris (177th, South Africa) 3-0 (6-3 6-1 7-6) in 2 hours and 28 minutes in the second round of the men’s singles on the fourth day of the tournament held in New York on the 31st (local time). He defeated it with <7-4>).
Alcaras won last year’s US Open and this year’s Wimbledon.
Novak Djokovic (2nd place, Serbia) is also in the third round, 바카라사이트
so there is a possibility that Alcaras and Djokovic will face off against the ‘new and old emperors’ in the finals, following Wimbledon.
Both Alcaras and Djokovic conserved their stamina by ending the second round with a lossless set.
Carlos Alcaras next opponent is Daniel Evans (28th, England).
In total head-to-head records, Alcaras leads with 2 wins and no losses.
Marketa Vondrowsova (9th, Czech Republic), who won the Wimbledon women’s singles, also easily advanced to the third round.
In the second round, she defeated Martina Trevisan (58th place, Italy) 2-0 (6-2 6-2).
After winning her first major singles title at Wimbledon this year, Drawshoba is looking to make it two in a row.
The next opponent is 20th-ranked Ekaterina Alexandrova (Russia),
who defeated Leila Fernandez (67th, Canada), runner-up in the 2021 competition,
Lesha Tsurenko (46, Ukraine), a quarterfinalist in the 2018 competition.
Vondrowshova leads Aleksandrova with a total record of 3 wins and 1 loss.
Other strong players also cruised along.
‘Mom player’ Elina Svitolina (26th, Ukraine), who reached the semifinals at Wimbledon,
defeated Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (89th, Russia) 2-1 (5-7 6-4 6-4).
Reached the 3rd round of women’s singles.
Svitolina is a two-year mother who married male tennis player Gael Monfils (France) and gave birth to a daughter in October last year.
Svitolina, who returned to the court in April this year, is showing off her ‘mom power’ by achieving good results one after another,
including the quarterfinals of the French Open and the semifinals of Wimbledon.
Jannik Sinner (6th place, Italy), who reached the semifinals at Wimbledon,
defeated Lorenzo Sonego (39th place, Italy) 3-0 (6-4 6-2 6-4) in the second round of men’s singles.
Sinner will compete with Stan Wawrinka (49th, Switzerland),
winner of the 2016 tournament, to advance to the round of 16.
Alexander Zverev (12th place, Germany), runner-up in the 2020 tournament,
defeated Daniel Altmaier (53rd place, Germany) 3-1 (7-6 <7-1> 3-6 6-4 6-3).
It settled in the 3rd round.
38-year-old veteran John Isner (157th, USA),
who announced his retirement after this tournament,
defeated Michael Mo (89th, USA) 2-3 (6-3 6-4 6-7<3-7> 4) -6 6-7 <7-10>) and said goodbye to the court after losing.
Isner, who dominated an era with a powerful serve coming from his tall height of 208 cm,
played an active role as a star of American men’s tennis in the 2010s.
He has won 16 singles titles at the Men’s Professional Tennis (ATP) tour level and eight doubles titles.
He hit 14,470 serve aces and is ranked first in this category all-time.
Isner is especially famous as the player who played the longest match in tennis history.
In the first round of the 2010 Wimbledon singles,
there was a fierce battle with Nicolas Mawi (France) that lasted 11 hours and 5 minutes.
“I haven’t won every match, but I’ve been playing tennis hard because I like this great atmosphere,” Isner said.
“It’s really hard to leave.”