The day Nick Kyrgios underestimated Pablo Carreño

The Australian put a tweet that he later deleted in which he said that the Asturian would not be Top-50 if there were no dirt season. This morning Carreño reached the semifinals of the US Open.

The victory of Pablo Carreño against Denis Shapovalov in the quarterfinals of the US Open has allowed the Spaniard to stand for the second time in the semifinals of the American Grand Slam and, incidentally, silence some criticism of him.

It all started when Carreño beat Berankis in the third round of the tournament last Friday and the journalist Ben Rothenberg wrote on social media: "The US Open 2017 semifinalist Pablo Carreño (yes, that happened) is in the fourth round (round of 16) after beating Berankis 6-4, 6-3 and 6-2. He will face the winner of Djokovic-Struff ".

Rothenberg's criticism did not like the American tennis player Ryan Harrison at all, who answered him: So he's a guy who has been the World Top-10 and who has reached the ATP Finals and has reached the semifinals of a Grand Slam? And that's worthy of a sarcastic comment on a good result. Lol, great info Ben ".

Nick Kyrgios joined the conversation, who was forceful about the Asturian. "If clay didn't exist I don't think that guy would be anywhere near the Top-50." Later, the controversial Australian tennis player deleted the tweet, although this morning Pablo Carreño has shown Nick Kyrgios, who has never reached the semifinals of a Grand Slam during his career, that he was wrong about his level.

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