Alcaraz took revenge on Murray in Vienna


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Alcaraz took revenge on Murray in Vienna

Like two weeks ago in the second round of the Indian Wells Masters 1000, the Spanish tennis player Carlos Alcaraz placeholder image (42º) and the british Andy Murray (156th) They starred in an exciting meeting, although with a change in the scoreboard because one of the greatest promises of the circuit took revenge on the former world leader, beat him 6-3 and 6-4, and advanced to the quarterfinals in the ATP 500 Vienna.

After the marathon match played in the Californian desert, where the one born in Glasgow, Scotland, 34 years ago, had celebrated 5-7, 6-3 and 6-2, in three hours and 4 minutes of play, the pupil of former player Juan Carlos Ferrero, who had just defeated Daniel Evans at his premiere, He learned from mistakes and moved him to exhaustion, causing his victory in straight sets and subsequent equality in the history between the two.

One of the keys to success stems mainly from his few unforced errors, a statistic in which it had registered 43 in the United States and this Wednesday totaled only 16. In addition, once again vastly outperformed the experienced one on winning shots, because on October 10 he had executed 36 against 18 and this afternoon 27 against 17.

It should be remembered that the Murcian reached the 25th career celebration, 24th in the current season, including the title in Umag, Croatia, and the hit against Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas at the US Open, and he got in for fifth time in the top eight of an ATP tournament. In the next instance he will face the winner of the match between the Italian Matteo Berrettini (7th) and the Georgian Nikoloz Basilashvili (25th).


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