4 in the world As he anticipates having plenty more epic clashes with the 20-year-old Italian, Carlos Alcaraz believes he and Jannik Sinner have a strong chance of becoming the next great rivalry. In the Umag final last week, Sinner and 19-year-old Alcaraz fought.
Alcaraz had a slight edge in odds, but Sinner emerged victorious with a score of 6-7 (5) 6-1 6-1. It was their third encounter on the main level, and Sinner now commands the all-time series 2-1.
When the two met in the Wimbledon round of 16 this year, Sinner defeated Alcaraz in four sets as well. Hoping so. More games at large stadiums will be played in the future as we compete for major championships. According to Sportskeeda, Alcaraz said of his rivalry with SInner, “We are both still young and we will have a great future ahead of us, or hope so. But I would say we will play more battles in the future.
Alcaraz lost an opportunity. gain a set and a break.
Alcaraz served out the opening game of the second set after winning a close first set, and then he faced six break points in the following game. All six of Alcaraz‘s break points were wasted, and that marked the start of Sinner‘s incredible comeback.
In reference to the second game of the second set, Sinner commented, “That was a pivotal point [of the match]. “I realized I had to remain there. He made a few careless mistakes, and I was overjoyed to have won this game. When I came back and slightly raised my level after that, I believe I had discovered the answer.
Alcaraz is now concentrating on the North American hard court swing. Although the outcome was not what we desired, Umag had a terrific week. Congratulations to @janniksin for winning the competition and the title! Time to start planning for the US Open, Alcaraz stated on Instagram.