Carlos Alcaras (2nd, Spain), who booked a return to world No. 1, finished outside the top 100 in the 3rd round of the Men’s Professional Tennis (ATP) Tour Italy Open (Internazionali BNL d’Italia, total prize money 7,705,780 euros) ATP Tour He lost to the first player in the finals and was eliminated.

Alkaras lost to Fabian Marozan (135th, Hungary) 0-2 (3-6 6-7<4-7>) in the 3rd round of the singles on the 6th day of the tournament held in Rome, Italy on the 15th (local time). This is the first time in a year and a half since Alkaras lost to a player온라인카지노 outside the 100th place in the world rankings in November 2021, after losing 0-2 (4-6 5-7) to Hugo Gaston (France), who was ranked 103rd at the time. The ATP tour pointed out, “It produced the biggest surprise in recent memory.”

Alkaras, who recorded 30 wins and 2 losses this season before this game, lost once to Cameron Nori (13th, England) in February and Yannick Shiner (8th, Italy) in March, and suffered his third loss of the season.

However, Alkaras will advance to the 3rd round of this tournament, beating Novak Djokovic (1st place, Serbia) and becoming No. 1 in the world ranking announced after this tournament. Al Karas is aiming for the second championship of his career at the French Open, the second major tournament of the season that opens on the 28th.

Marozhan, who is 193 cm tall and weighs 75 kg, passed the preliminary round and caught a big fish on the stage of the first individual ATP tour singles finals.

“It’s not easy to put into words, but I’m really, really happy,” he said. “I couldn’t have imagined something like this,” he said. Last night it was a dream. Now that it’s a reality, I’m very happy. I tried to do something special, like winning a few games or a set, and I just won (#2 in the world).”

He led the rally with a stroke that landed deep in the opponent’s court, and took a surprise hit with a drop shot comparable to that of Alkaras, winning a memorable victory in 1 hour and 40 minutes.

The 23-year-old Marozan will face Borna Choric (16th, Croatia) in the round of 16.

Djokovic beat Grigor Dimitrov (33rd, Bulgaria) 2-1 (6-3 4-6 6-1) and advanced to the round of 16 to compete with Nori for the quarterfinals.

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