Tsitsipas surrenders to Alcaraz before meeting at the US Open

Greek tennis player Stefanos Tsitsipas greets the fans after his victory over Adrian Mannarino in the second round of the US Open at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, New York.

Stefanos Tsitsipas sealed his pass to the third round of the US Open on Wednesday after beating Frenchman Adrian Mannarino in four sets. The Greek is going from less to more in the tournament after his suffered and controversial debut against Andy Murray, and in the next round he will face one of the tennis players who is shining the most in recent dates: the young 18-year-old Spanish Carlos Alcaraz.

Speaking at the press conference after his victory against Mannarino, Tsitsipas did not hesitate to praise the young Spanish tennis player, whom he has not yet faced in an official match on the ATP circuit. “He is someone who has improved a lot, someone who is constantly improving every week. I know that a few days ago he played very well. He is doing good tennis on hard court and he is young. I have to face him like the rivals I’ve had in these two rounds. I have to come into the game strong and have the right mentality. “

Alcaraz, who comes to the match with Tsitsipas after beating Cameron Norrie in the first round and French Rinderknech in the second round, He will face another challenge against the dangerous Greek tennis player, before whom he hopes to break the 0-3 streak he has when he has faced Top-10 tennis players and he hopes to do some good praise that Tsitsipas could be turned against.

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