Carlos Alcaraz wins and plants a foot in Melbourne

The 17-year-old from Murcia will face the Bolivian Hugo Dellien after a victory of those who tan. Vilella, also to a match. Georgina Garcia, KO.


Carlos Alcaraz planted a foot in the final draw of the Australian Open (February 8-21) with his victory in the second round of the qualifying round, which takes place in Doha (Qatar), against Evgeny Karlovskiy 7-6 (7 / 1) and 7-6 (7-4.) A match of those who tan and that left at 2:16. Now he must plant the other to be able to play, at 17, the first great of his career. It will be this Wednesday against Hugo Dellien.

Alcaraz, who at his debut beat Slovak Filip Horansky (28 years and 184th) by going back a set, also showed his stamp of fighter against the Russian (258th and 26 years). When the scoreboard turned against, as in the second quarter in which Karlovskiy was 3-0, he knew how to row and not lose his cool. The disciple of Juan Carlos Ferrero will now face the Bolivian Dellien (111 and 27 years old), a tennis player who came to be 72nd in the world, has a record of 26-30 on the circuit and has played final Grand Slam draws.

He is also one step away from Melbourne Mario Vilella, who went through the withdrawal of Argentine Francisco Cerundolo for a positive in COVID-19. He will play against the Taiwanese Tung-Lin Wu (247º) .

In Dubai, the previous one was left without Spanish when Georgina García-Pérez lost 3-6, 6-3 and 6-2 against the Italian veteran (33 years old) Sara Errani. The Barcelona player broke up in the second quarter.

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