What impressive statistics, Carlos Alcaraz! The 2022 season was likely when the Spaniard encountered his first significant challenges on European clay, prior of the American hard-court season. Before these competitions, Alcaraz was unbeaten in contests that granted an ATP title. However, he lost two consecutive finals to blue tennis players, turning into his worst fear. In Hamburg, Lorenzo Musetti was able to shatter all of the 19-year-presumptions old’s with a strong performance.
Jannik Sinner, the number 2 player in the Race to the Nitto ATP Finals, was able to bounce back bravely and without ever decreasing the level of his game seven days later on the clay court of Umag in front of numerous Italian supporters, who once more had to settle for second place.
Pristine points but the knowledge that someone has interfered with the competitions’ final acts. One particular event in the final Iberian match in Croatia caught the attention of many spectators: the South Tyrolean provided opportunities for break points throughout the conflict at the start of the second set, at the height of difficulties, and in the pivotal third set (only one, well canceled).
After winning the tie-break, the Spaniard started to feel a little physically exhausted, and in the first two rounds of the San Candido, California, teenager’s serve, he was unable to break the bar, wasting eight chances to do so.
There were a staggering amount of chances for the fourth-ranked person in the world, who ought to have taken advantage of at least one of them to completely shift the momentum in his favor. Without giving the lad from Murcia a chance to respond, Sinner was able to dominate the subsequent games and maintain a close score.
Alcaraz‘s power and attributes versus all tennis players throughout the course of the season were just made public in a highly intriguing data set. In fact, Carlos has won at least one set in each of the 49 games that have been played thus far in 2022.
An excellent statistic, and the Spaniard will attempt to maintain it at the upcoming competitions in America.