Carlos Alcaraz makes it to to US Open quarter-finals

Carlos Alcaraz makes it to to US Open quarter-finals

Carlos Alcaraz’s Commanding Victory In a spectacular display, Carlos Alcaraz secured a spot in the US Open quarter-finals on Monday. The defending champion continued his dominant run, defeating Matteo Arnaldi, the Italian world No.61, with a score of 6-3, 6-3, 6-4 in just under two hours.

Upcoming Clash: Alcaraz vs. Zverev Carlos Alcaraz is set to face the 12th seed, Alexander Zverev, in the quarter-finals. Zverev, a finalist in the 2020 US Open, managed to overcome Italian sixth seed Jannik Sinner in a hard-fought five-set match.

Controversial Incident: Zverev’s Complaint During their intense battle, a controversy arose when Zverev complained about a derogatory remark from a spectator during the fourth set. The incident led to the ejection of the alleged offender, and Zverev later expressed his disappointment at the use of such language.

Men’s Matches Recap Other men’s matches on Monday included eighth-seeded Russian Andrey Rublev’s victory over Britain’s Jack Draper and Daniil Medvedev’s win against Australian 13th seed Alex de Minaur. Rublev and Medvedev, who have a long-standing friendship, are set to face each other in an all-Russian quarter-final.

Jessica Pegula’s Disappointing Exit In the women’s draw, American third seed Jessica Pegula faced a straight-set defeat by compatriot Madison Keys, the 2017 US Open finalist. Keys showcased a dominant performance, winning 6-1, 6-3 in just over an hour.

Tunisia’s Jabeur Falls Tunisia’s fifth seed, Ons Jabeur, who had been battling flu, was eliminated with a 6-2, 6-4 loss to China’s Zheng Qinwen. Jabeur had previously fought her way to victory in three-set matches but was unable to continue her run.

Keys vs. Vondrousova Madison Keys, the 17th seed, is now set to face Wimbledon champion Marketa Vondrousova of the Czech Republic in the quarter-finals. Vondrousova secured her spot in the last eight with a hard-fought win over unseeded American Peyton Stearns.

Zheng’s Impressive Performance Zheng Qinwen, the 23rd seed from China, displayed a combination of power and precision in her victory over Jabeur. Her impressive performance sets up a challenging quarter-final against second seed Aryna Sabalenka.

Sabalenka’s Rise to No. 1 Aryna Sabalenka, the second seed, solidified her path to the top of the women’s tennis rankings with a convincing victory over Russia’s Daria Kasatkina. Her triumph ensures that she will become the new world number one when the latest rankings are released.

Historic Achievement for Zheng Zheng Qinwen’s quarter-final appearance marks China’s first in the US Open since 2019. Her remarkable journey adds to the legacy of Chinese players in the tournament.

Note: The article includes details of matches and player reactions during the US Open.

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