Alcaraz and Gimeno advance to quarterfinals in the junior tournament

The two promising Spaniards of 16 and 17 years go ahead in the junior men's box. Nicolás Álvarez Varona said goodbye in eighth.


The Carlos are already in the Wimbledon junior men's quarterfinals. The Valencian of 17 years Carlos Gimeno achieved the pass after tracing the Romanian Filip Jianu (13th seed) in a match that began with domination of the tennis player from the East and then turned around Gimeno. The result: 6-7 (2), 6-3 and 6-2. In the rooms the Czech Dalibor Svrcina is waiting for him.

The other Carlos is Alcaraz, a 16 year old Murcian, disciple of the great Juan Carlos Ferrero and one of the most promising names for the future. He suffered to get rid of the American William Grant, who beat by 6-4, 5-7 and 8-6 extending a final set in which he had four match balls with 5-3 and the rest. Another American is now waiting for 16-year-old El Palmar tennis player , Martin Damm, fourth-seeded player.

. The Nicolás Álvarez Varona junior tournament farewell to the resounding Ukrainian Beloborodko, who consolidated his game with up to 18 climbs. the red. The result was 7-6 and 6-4.

Only two Spaniards in history won Wimbledon in their junior version. They were Manuel Orantes in 1967 and Alejandro Davidovich in 2017. Now both Carlos Gimeno and Carlos Alcaraz have the opportunity to write their name in the history of the tournament. They would not fight until the final.



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