Carlos Alcaras (2nd in the world, Spain), who turned 20 on the 5th, won the first match of the Italian Open (Internazionali BNL d’Italia) and confirmed his recapture of the top spot in the ATP (Men’s Professional Tennis) singles rankings. .
Alcaras, who passed the first round with a bye, defeated Albert Ramos-Vinolas (72nd, Spain) 6-4, 6-1 in the second round of the ATP Masters 1000 held in Rome, Italy on the 13th (local time).
With this, Alkaras is expected to rise to the top of the ranking, which will be announced on May 22, overtaking Novak Djokovic (Serbia). As a result, he was granted the No. 1 seed at the French Open starting on May 28th.
Al Karas got off to a shaky start by giving up his first serve game in the first set, but managed to make up for it right away and didn’t allow any surprises. It was raining and the game was delayed, and it passed through bad conditions. Alcaras won his first ATP Tour title three years ago in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, by beating Ramos-Vinolas after a three-set tie-break.카지노사이트
Alcalas, who recently won consecutive titles in Barcelona and Madrid, will challenge for a third consecutive ATP Tour title in this event. He’s won 12 games in a row lately, and is nearly unbeatable with 20 wins and 1 loss on clay courts this year. His season performance also improved to 30 wins and 2 losses. Alkaras is undefeated with 14 wins against players outside the top 50.