Reporter Lee Sang-cheol = Carlos Alcaras (2nd place, Spain), who returned after 4 months, advanced to the semifinals of the Men’s Professional Tennis (ATP) Tour Argentina Open.
Alcalas defeated Dusan Lazovic (90th, Serbia) 2-0 (6-4 6-2) in the quarterfinals of the Argentine Open men’s singles held in Buenos Aires, Argentina on the 18th (Korean time).
After winning the U.S. Open last year, Alkaras, who became the youngest player in the world to reach No. 1, suffered a torn abdominal muscle during a match at the Paris Masters in November of that year. After a long rehabilitation, he returned through the Argentine Open. 카지노
Alkaras, who passed the first round with a bye in this tournament, struggled against Laszlo Zere (57th, Serbia) in the second round (round of 16) and won 2-1 (6-2 4-6 6-2). .
In the quarterfinals, he had a close match with Lazovic in the first set, but gradually showed stable performance and won the victory in 1 hour and 34 minutes.
After the game, Alkaras said, “Razovic is a very good player and a tough player to play against. I think he played well against him from start to finish. I look forward to the next game.”
Alcalas will fight for a ticket to the finals with the winner of Bernabe Zapata Mirales (74th, Spain) and Francisco Serundolo (30th, Argentina) in the semifinals.
Meanwhile, No. 2 seed Cameron Nori (12th, Great Britain) defeated Thomas Martin Echeverri (82nd, Argentina) 2-1 (5-7, 6-0, 6-3) and advanced to the quarterfinals. did.
Nori clashes with Juan Pablo Barillas (101st, Peru) in the semifinals.