Carlos Alcaraz quickly unraveled his commitment in the quarterfinals. ATP 250 tournament in Umagthe first in his sports career that he won just a year ago Defeated Argentina’s Facundo Bagnis 6-0, 6-4. this This year’s winner of the Masters 1000 in Miami and Madrid showed an excellent level of play, especially in the first set he won by leaving his opponent empty. World No. 168 and 20-year-old Italian Giulio Zeppieri will again take on a very unstable semi-final this Saturday.

In just 27 minutes, Carlos Alcaraz finished the first set with a massive 6-0. The player from El Palmar was a whirlwind with steady play. He broke Bagnis’ serve in the first game, weak against his opponent’s shooting repertoire. And in the third and fifth, after two separate duos, Alcaraz took the point at the first opportunity.With thirty-two win points and 85% efficiency on the first serve, the runner-up at the first opportunity.

The second set was a little closer, but despite that, it never seemed to have any doubts about the world number five. He started again by breaking Bagnis’ serve and continued chaining eight games in a row. In ninth place came the first point for the Argentine, who was widely praised by the public who wanted the game to go longer. Juan Carlos Ferrero’s student wanted to break the quarter-final commitment on the fast track, however, he left the fifth game with his opponent’s serve. The Argentine grew up, gained confidence and started to equalize their serve 4-3 and then 5-4, making a deeper serve and causing some problems for Alcaraz on the return. Bagnis took the first breaking point of the entire game in the tenth game, with Murcian serving for the win, but with a tremendous right hand followed by a subsequent serve that the Argentinian didn’t know how to react to.appeared before the first opportunity to close the conflict, but was surprised by a fall that remained in the network. However, the second match was successful with a strong serve on point.

Murcian’s next opponent at Goran Ivanisevic stadium this Saturday will be Italian Giulio Zeppieri, number 168 and 20 years old, reached the final draw in the qualifiers.. The Roman tennis player made the surprise by beating Spanish veteran Bernabé Zapata, who had signed his best result in an ATP circuit tournament, 7-5, 6-4. This year’s most outstanding results were reaching the quarterfinals of the four Challenger tournaments. On the other side of the draw, second-seeded Italian Jannik Sinner met the predictions by beating Spaniard Roberto Carballés 6-4, 7-5. His opponent in today’s semi-finals will be Italian Franco Agamenone, another tennis player who defeated the previous tennis player Marco Cecchinato (6-2, 6-1).