The 19-year-old Spanish phenomenon accumulates an astonishing streak of 10 straight wins without dropping a single set
The Spanish Carlos Alcaraz, number one in men’s tennis, defeated the American Taylor Fritz in two sets on Thursday and scored for a new duel against the Italian Jannik Sinner in the semifinals of the Masters 1000 in Miami.
Alcaraz, who needs to revalidate this title to maintain the leadership of the ATP, beat the best American tennis player today 6-4 and 6-2 in one hour and 19 minutes of play.
The 19-year-old Spanish phenomenon has accumulated an astonishing streak of 10 consecutive victories without dropping a single set with which this month he lifted his first trophy at the Masters 1000 in Indian Wells (California).
Alcaraz started each set breaking the serve of Fritz, last year’s Indian Wells champion, who ended up frustrated without finding answers before the Spanish’s overwhelming tennis.
Alcaraz’s last obstacle to his second straight final in Miami will be the Italian Jannik Sinner, in a reissue of the Indian Wells semifinals on March 18 in which the Spaniard won.
The other semifinal crossing, which will be played on Friday, will be starred by the Russians Daniil Medvedev and Karen Khachanov.
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