May 29, 2023
Carlos Alcaraz

Spanish tennis player Carlos Alcaraz

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Spain’s Carlos Alcaras defeated German Jan-Lennard Struff in the final match of the Masters tournament in Madrid. The prize fund of the competition exceeds €7.7 million.

The game ended with the score 6:4, 3:6, 6:3 in favor of the Spaniard. The opponents spent 2 hours and 25 minutes on the court. About this on Sunday, May 7, writes RIA News.

Struff is 33 years old. He is 65th in the ATP rankings. The tennis player is the winner of three ATP tournaments in doubles. German became the first tennis player in history, who, in the status of “lucky loser”, was able to reach the decisive match of the Masters series tournament.

Alcaraz is the second racket of the world. He is the winner of one Grand Slam singles tournament (US Open 2022). Now on account of the 19-year-old tennis player winning ten ATP tournaments in singles.

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