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Carlos Alcaraz – Otte, live | Second set up for grabs: Wimbledon match result

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The third round match begins!

Great game ahead on the secondary court of the All England, a magnificent afternoon of tennis to see a lot of rhythm and good winners on both sides

The weather conditions will also be crucial in a London that is not giving the tennis players a break at this Wimbledon with the wind and the rain

Elise Mertens has beaten the German Angelique Kerber (6-4 and 7-5) in two sets and on the fast track, giving way to the expected third turn on the London court

These two young players have never played before, and the ATP ranking indicates that Alcaraz is number 7 in the world, while Otte occupies the 36th position in the table

This Friday against Oscar Otte, the tennis player from El Palmar will have to settle for making his match on Court 1, next to the All England center

The Serbian is playing against his compatriot Kecmanovic this Friday and is already thinking about qualifying for the round of 16 of the British Grand Slam

His duel against the German Oscar Otte marks a before and after in the Grand Slams played, since he had never managed to be at such an advanced stage in London before.

Otte stands out especially for a great serve that he could use to avoid many break balls in today’s match, while he does not stand out so much at the net or at the back of the court

Right now the Belgian Mertens has beaten the German Kerber 6-4, scoring the opening set of the match that precedes the Alcaraz-Otte clash this afternoon

The Italian will be an important leap in level for the Spaniard after defeating tennis players of a slightly lower level than Sonego, such as Cerúndolo and Berankis

Carlos Alcaraz (19) says:

–This time I come to Wimbledon to learn. I don’t see myself as a favorite at all.

And whoever listens raises an eyebrow, as surprised as skeptical, because the young talent from Murcia, still a teenager, is not a tennis apprentice, but rather a master: with two aces he dispatches his first two sets.

The Centenary Wimbledon deepens, submerges itself in the week, and where some are absent (Berrettini and Cilic, knocked down by Covid; Ruud, knocked down by Humbert; Auger-Aliassime, knocked down by Cressy; Muguruza, victim of herself), teenager Alcaraz grows up, the kid who claims to have gone to London to learn and who, contradicting himself, gives lessons

The order of play leaves Alcaraz on Court 1 waiting for the Watson-Juvan and Kerber-Mertens duels of the tennis players that precede him to finish, so he will continue without testing the center court of the All England

As if that were not enough, Alcaraz’s game is still as explosive as ever, and in his last match against Otte he saved three break balls in a game that had him on the ropes to end up triumphing and sweeping his rival to the ground. Full Time

These two young players have never played before, and the ATP ranking indicates that Alcaraz is number 7 in the world, while Otte occupies the 36th position in the table

With his victory on Wednesday against Griekspoor, Alcaraz has managed to be at least in the third round of the Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon and the US Open

His duel against the German Oscar Otte marks a before and after in the Grand Slams played, since he had never managed to be at such an advanced stage in London before.

From La Vanguardia we will follow the meeting live and we will detail everything you need to know in an interesting preview. Here we go!

The Murcian will seek to get an unprecedented pass to the round of 16 of the British Grand Slam, quite a feat for Alcaraz


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