Stefanos Tsitsipas (3rd) fell in front of Carlos Alcaraz (55 °) by 6-3, 4-6, 7-6 (2), 0-6 and 7-6 (5). In this meeting, Tsitsipas served twice to close the third set, since it was 5-2 and service. Although the Spaniard woke up, he fought, and was left with the partial in the tiebreak.
After losing the third set, as against Andy Murray, the Greek went to the bathroom, although this time it did not take as long as against the British. After returning from there, she was a steamroller and took the fourth set with a resounding 6-0. It seems to be a surefire method for Tsitsipas.
After giving up the third set in the tiebreak to Alcaraz, Arthur Ashe did not like the Greek taking time.
While going to the dressing room, the tennis player from Greece was booed by much of the stadium, who clearly took sides after what was the match against Murray. Although, this time, Stefanos did not take too long.