Alkaras stopped at 10 consecutive victories. Come-from-behind defeat to Shiner

World No. 1 Carlos Alcaras (Spain) collapsed. Alcalas won the first set 7-6 (4) to Yannick Sinner (Italy) in the singles semifinals of the ATP 1000 Miami Open held in Miami, USA on the 1st, but lost the second and third sets 4-6 2-6. .

As a result, the dream of Alkaras, who had been aiming for the Sunshine Double (consecutive wins in Indian Wells and Miami) after Roger Federer in 2017, has also disappeared. Thinner reached the final of this tournament for the second time after the 2021 Miami Open. If Thinner wins this competition, he will become the first Italian player to win. 먹튀검증

Thinner’s win today balances his career record against Alkaras at tour level to 3-3. Alkaras suffered a break in the first game of the third set, and in the seventh game after four deuce battles, he was again broken and suffered the yoke of defeat.

The men’s singles final was condensed into a showdown between Yannick Sinner (10th seed) and Danil Medvedev (Russia, 4th seed). Medvedev has 5 wins against Shiner so far. Medvedev holds his all-season record for most wins, reaching the finals of five consecutive events.

Alkaras, Medvedev, and Thinner, who reached the semifinals of the Miami Open, reached the semifinals in two consecutive tournaments following Indian Wells. This was the first time since the 2011 Big 3 (Federer, Nadal, Djokovic) advanced to the semifinals in a row in the Sunshine Series.