Alcaraz-Chinner's best moments at Indian Wells 2024

Alcaraz-Chinner's best moments at Indian Wells 2024

Carlos Algarz (World No. 2) can with Jannik Sinner (3rd) In the semi-finals Indian Wells Masters 1000. After two hours and five minutes on court it was 1-6, 6-3 and 6-2. The Best moments A high level competition.

The match started with Sinner dominating more on her serve, where she knew how to use her best combo: serving and winning forehand, and Algaraz was unable to withstand the power of the world number three.

However, the game was interrupted from the start due to weather conditions. At the end of the third game, Janic led 2-1. It was raining and I was seen sharing an umbrella with an Italian Ball girls of competition.

After rain hampered the start of the tournament, the tennis players took to the court again hoping to continue with the semi-finals. At one of the rejoining points with the competition, Carlos Algarz dazzles with a right hand that gets all the applause in the stadium.

Once they get back into the swing of the game, Jannik Pavi He set the conditions, taking the world number two to the limit He sealed the first set 6-1 after 38 minutes on court.

Second part He found Carlos Algaraz very competitive, but the Italian did not let go of the competition's reins. This resulted in one of the best points in some sort of high-level mini-tennis in the semi-finals.

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But the former number one and home to two Grand Slam titles is not going to give up that easily. He found the opportunity, broke his opponent's serve and extended the advantage to take the lead. Second set 6-3 And A. the competition A qualified definition of a deterministic set.

The length of the match went towards Carlos Algarz, who grew in confidence, while Janic Sinner lost ground due to physical discomfort that intensified with a fall in the middle of a memorable point.

that way, The Murcia man sealed his passage to the final stage of the tournament with 1-6, 6-3 and 6-2.. In the other group of semifinals, Tommy Paul (17th) and Daniil Medvedev (4th) will go.

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