Real Madrid fans have the record of losing to Djokovic after Nadal

As soon as he got the camera, Carlos Alcaraz wrote on the screen, “A match in Madrid is too long.” Does the line look familiar? It may seem that this has been said many times in the last few days. But a little differently. “The 90 minutes of the Santiago Bernabeu is too long,” said Juanito of Real Madrid for the first time since losing to San Siro in 1985. Inter Milan got the feeling of that service. Many times many parties have understood that. In the last one month, PSG, Chelsea and Manchester City have understood.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Alcaraz watched Real Madrid’s incredible comeback against City last Wednesday. Rafael Nadal, another Madridista, was by his side. The day before yesterday, Alcaraz had reached the semi-finals after losing to Nadal in the quarter-finals of the Madrid Open. The Real Madrid fan also advanced to the final after defeating Novak Djokovic 6-7 (5), 6-5, 6-7 (5). This is the first time anyone has beaten Nadal and Djokovic in the same tournament on clay court.

Alcaraj lost to top seed Djokovic tomorrow
Alcaraj lost to top seed Djokovic tomorrowPhoto: Reuters
Alcaraz, 19, is in great form this year. The Spanish star has lost just 3 out of 30 matches this season. This year, they have not lost against 6 players in the top ten. This form has brought him in the top ten. After losing the top pick yesterday, Alcaraz got the second pick Alexander Zverev in the final today.

Djokovic won the first set but lost the match. At the end of the match, he praised the opponent, ‘OK, congratulations. Nerve pressure is great. It is commendable that someone of his age has played such a mature and brave game. He deserves to win. I played very good tennis, I think, the best this year. When the frustration at this rate subsides, we will find something very positive from this week. ‘ Djokovic is now preparing for his next Clay Court Masters 1000 in Rome.

Alcaraz was also present at the La Liga title celebration in Bernabeu
Alcaraz was also present at the La Liga title celebration in BernabeuPhoto: Instagram
Alkaraj, however, has to think about the final. It remains to be seen how you will cope with the shock of yesterday’s 3 hour and 35 minute long match. However, Al-Qaraz’s victory over Djokovic did not seem to have diminished. It was very competitive, he got a chance to break my serve towards the end of the second set. The tiebreak was also very competitive in the first set. I don’t really know where the difference was. ‘

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