Alcaras vs Sinner, BNP Paribas Open clash in semi-final tennis

Alcaras defeated Alexander Zverev (6th, Germany) 2-0 (6-3 6-1) in the singles quarterfinals on the 12th day of the ATP Tour BNP Paribas Open (total prize money of $9,495,555) in Indian Wells, California, on the 15th (Korea time).

In the previous match, Sinner also beat Azizo Rejetska (32nd, Czech Republic) 2-0 (6-3 6-3) to advance to the semifinals.

As a result, the two will clash for a ticket to the final of the tournament.

Alcaras reached the top of the US Open in 2022 and Wimbledon singles last year, and Sinner is the player who won the Australian Open this year.

Sinner, who was born in 2001, is two years older, and Sinner has a slight advantage with 4 wins and 3 losses against the adult stage.

Last year, the two also met in the semifinals of the tournament and won the championship after Alcaras won 2-0 (7-6<7-4> 6-3), and Sinner won both matches.

Meanwhile, during the quarterfinals between Alcaras and Tzverev, a swarm of bees flew into the court and the game was suspended.

The game was suspended for nearly two hours, and the court was reorganized after calling for local punishment experts.

Alcaras’ agent explained in an interview with a Spanish radio station that “Alcaras stung the forehead, but it’s okay.”

Novak Djokovic (ranked first, Serbia), who was eliminated in the third round of the tournament, has decided not to participate in the ATP Tour Miami Open, which will open in Miami, Florida on the 20th.

The Miami Open is the second ATP1000 Series tournament to be held this year after the BNP Paribas Open.

In the quarterfinals of the Women’s Tennis (WTA) Tour, which is underway with the men’s BNP Paribas Open, Iga Civiontech (1st, Poland) won the second set against Caroline Wozniacki (204th, Denmark).

Civiontech won the first set 6-4, and Bozniaki withdrew due to a right leg injury with a 1-0 game score in the second set.

Civion Tech will face Marta Kostuk (32nd, Ukraine) in the semifinals.

BY: 토토

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