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The winner, according to Carlos Alcaraz, “deserved the victory”
Lorenzo Musetti won the first match he played in the final of the ATP 500 tournament in Hamburg. The Italian tennis player beat world-renowned player Carlos Alcaraz in a thrilling super final. This is Alcaraz‘s first loss in a final, effectively ending his hopes of becoming the new world no. 4 as of tomorrow.
Here are the players’ postgame comments from Spain: “Since our first game together was so long ago, I’d like to offer my heartfelt congratulations to Musetti on his well-deserved victory. He’s got a great group of guys, and they’ve earned this win.
It’s been a fantastic tournament, starting with the juniors and culminating today with the 500 final. I want to thank my team again for their hard work and dedication, which has led to these results and tournament victories. I appreciate the wonderful reception I received from the spectators and the tournament staff.
It’s nice to finally meet you all in person. It was an honor to defend my title in front of this amazing crowd; thank you so much, and I hope to see you again soon.” A surprising loss after the events of the second set. At 6-3 down in the tiebreak, Carlos has scored five straight points, demonstrating his great talent and ability to respond quickly.
Quotes from Musetti following the game.
Musetti came away with a massive victory after a very impressive match. In his postgame interview, the tennis player said: “It’s tough to carry on a conversation right after a big exam.
I’d like to start by congratulating Carlos, who is a fantastic player and who today saved numerous match points. You are incredibly motivated, and your work ethic is an example to me. You have a great team, and I’d like to extend my congratulations to them on behalf of the sacrifices I make for this sport.”
It is the hope of Italian tennis that the rivalry between the two players, which began in their junior years, will continue on the ATP Tour. Musetti, following in the footsteps of Berrettini and Sinner, has the potential to take our sport to new heights.