Carlos Alcaraz never stops: the umpteenth record

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Carlos Alcaraz never stops: the umpteenth record

Carlos Alcaraz takes great revenge on the recent defeats at Umag and Wimbledon and beats Jannik Sinner, inflicting one of the worst defeats of his career. The Italian plays an extraordinary match, serves for the match and fails a match point wasting an important opportunity, Carlos does not give up and even when he is under a break in the fifth set he reacts and overturns the game.

Great victory for Alcaraz who continues to cultivate the dream of remaining number one in the world. At the end of the match so much emotion for the Spaniard that he obtained a fantastic victory and spoke like this: "Honestly, I don't know.

I don't know how I managed to win this game. The level was incredible, Jannik is an extraordinary player and I think it's great for everyone to see games like this. Honestly I can only thank you, at this moment I can not say more.

I will never stop repeating that all the games I win on this field I win thanks to you. I can't honestly explain how much energy you can transmit to me."

The umpteenth record of Carlos Alcaraz

If he wins the tournament or even the final (without Casper Ruud) Alcaraz would become world number one and destroy other important records.

The 19 year-old Spaniard, now with Khachanov, Ruud and the next opponent Tiafoe, becomes the big favorite for the final victory, especially in the case of an excellent recovery from today's battle. Meanwhile, thanks to the semifinal, Alcaraz becomes the youngest semifinalist of a Grand Slam tournament since Rafael Nadal at the Roland Garros in 2005.

Record that becomes even more amazing if we think exclusively of the US Open tournament. Alcaraz is the youngest semifinalist at the US Open since the time of the American champion Pete Sampras, semifinalist even in 1990. Carlos Alcaraz's numbers are extraordinary and certainly incredible considering where the tennis player was at the end of the season, now the chances that the Spaniard will become number one by the end of the year if not this weekend are always higher.