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Carlos Alcaraz vs Flavio Cobolli - Round 1 Highlights I Roland-Garros 2023

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  • Carlos Alcaraz vs Flavio Cobolli - Round 1 Highlights I Roland-Garros 2023. Watch the best moments from the match that opposed Carlos Alcaraz and Flavio Cobolli at #RolandGarros 2023. Carlos Alcaraz won 6/0 6/2 7/5.
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  • Lewis
    Lewis 4 months ago +780

    Petition to get 5 minute long highlights from a Bo5 match. 3 minutes including a walk-on is insultingly short.

  • Michael Garisto
    Michael Garisto 4 months ago +543

    I love how he is literally the nicest guy and gets along with everyone. The best in the world and a class act.

    • Fran Quezada
      Fran Quezada 4 months ago +29

      Outside the court, but he is so annoying when he wins a point

    • Pablo Muñoz
      Pablo Muñoz 4 months ago +5

      And Alcaraz too

    • Red Fox
      Red Fox 4 months ago +19

      Alcaraz is often over confident, arrogant when he wins and a sore looser if he looses. He need to learn much

    • Leon Axhemi
      Leon Axhemi 4 months ago +52

      I think he handles losing very well, he respects the opponent and leaves while clapping. Players like Tiafoe and Rune who have a big and loud players on the court are the exact opposite of that

    • John Mack
      John Mack 4 months ago +64

      @Red Fox Not really tbh .

  • NormanG6
    NormanG6 4 months ago +54

    his drop shots has improved dramatically even cobolli kept throwing his hands in despair. Absolute dominance, no mercy, yet still being nice about it.

    • Mirea Felder
      Mirea Felder 4 months ago +3

      1:55 After this Carlitos even apologized for it...🤣

  • Juan Pedro Arévalo
    Juan Pedro Arévalo 4 months ago +194

    Such a piece of match for Carlos.
    He looked on a really high-level, executing exquisite dropshots and making his opponent always played an extra ball for winning the point.
    Looking at this young guy playing on clay courts is seriously admirable.

    • NotSoHandyTim
      NotSoHandyTim 4 months ago +1

      Arevalo: And yet not good enough to take down the likes of Djokovic. 😵

    • Michele Williams
      Michele Williams 4 months ago +1

      Yeah played well but the Italian wasn’t much of a challenge. Actually Alcaraz play better in hard court than clay.

    • NotSoHandyTim
      NotSoHandyTim 4 months ago

      @Michele Williams: Would not disagree with that opinion. 🤔

    • Juan Pedro Arévalo
      Juan Pedro Arévalo 4 months ago +2

      ​@NotSoHandyTim Are you sure of that?
      Cause since my point of view, Alcaraz is also a good player on clay courts and he could be a big risk for Nole in a potential match between both here (semifinals)

    • NotSoHandyTim
      NotSoHandyTim 4 months ago

      @Juan Pedro Arévalo: As 2021 champion I think that Djokovic is well aware of all that you point out. If they meet, the risk will be nearly equal to both sides of the net. Foot speed vs guile. Whoever performs their strengths consistently the best will prevail. 😏

  • insanepolarbear
    insanepolarbear 4 months ago +52

    You cant see it in these highlights, but the crowd was very nice towards Flavio when he won his first game. It was heartwarming when he got standing ovation and applause.

  • paulrubinsteinvideo
    paulrubinsteinvideo 4 months ago +236

    Wow. Wow! Carlos is a genius.
    I have seen hundreds of angled crosscourt replies to opponents' dropshots but never anything like THAT.
    From an inch off the ground. Flicked - with pace! - plum onto the sideline.

    • Alex Bowie
      Alex Bowie 4 months ago +13

      I have never seen anything better!

    • Kyle H
      Kyle H 4 months ago +15

      Even for someone that good (& even Federer or Djoko) that's an incredible shot

    • Leo Dvinchi
      Leo Dvinchi 4 months ago +19

      Cobolli's reaction says it all

    • Giovanni Collatuzzo
      Giovanni Collatuzzo 4 months ago +10

      pure genius

    • F La
      F La 4 months ago +2


  • Victoria
    Victoria 4 months ago +3

    ¡¡¡Oleee Carlos!!! Vamos chico, un pasito más 👏👏🇪🇦💃

  • Juan Luque
    Juan Luque 4 months ago +8

    Carlos NO es un cyborg. Es un artista, atlético, que le gusta divertirse jugando a un tenis variado, combinando la potencia con el arte, el toque sutil, la felicidad en su rostro aún cuando el rival le gane el tanto de forma espectacular. ¿ Porqué hay pistas llenas cuando él juega y no pasa igual con los demås stars ?. La gente quiere ser feliz viendo cosas bonitas en el tenis y Carlos es fantasía.

  • IronFist
    IronFist 4 months ago +44

    God those drop shots are so unbelievable 😮😮

  • cykwon75
    cykwon75 4 months ago +24

    Cobolli is a baller. A good first round win. Feels like there’s more weight behind his backhand. Great to see

  • D M
    D M 4 months ago

    Alcaraz, we will be seeing a lot of him in the Grand Slams, no question. W h a t a talent....

  • Marc
    Marc 4 months ago

    How much fun Carlos has during a match. He looks so happy with his smile. And so relaxed, he is very dangerous.

    MUFASA'S DAUGHTER 4 months ago +150

    If Carlos never wins another tournament I'm just blessed to have been privileged to watch his mesmerising tennis. 🎉🎉🎉

    • Donadoni
      Donadoni 4 months ago +26

      That chance is as big as dropping a needle in the ocean and recovering it.

    • ale3hs
      ale3hs 4 months ago +15

      he's going to win this one

    • Abe Guy
      Abe Guy 4 months ago +1

      Cursed him

    • Andrei Lima
      Andrei Lima 4 months ago +3

      You'll see Alcaraz playing for a looonngg time and winning a lot of big tournaments.

  • Rob
    Rob 4 months ago +67

    Love the passion this guy has for the sport.

    • anthony lovett
      anthony lovett 4 months ago

      ….for a first round match?

    • Voppo
      Voppo 4 months ago +3

      ​@anthony lovett relevance?

    • anthony lovett
      anthony lovett 4 months ago

      My reply was mistakenly placed here, I was originally replying to another comment🤦🏾

  • Cayler Simpson
    Cayler Simpson 4 months ago +9

    Not only was he basically perfect, but he was having fun & laughing & enjoying the moment. Totally in his element. Gotta love the start to his FO23 campaign. Def looks fresh out there. This is his tournament to lose imo
    🎾 ✨ 🎾 ✨

  • Tsebo's Tutoring Academy
    Tsebo's Tutoring Academy 4 months ago +40

    Let's go boy!!!!!!! Alcaraz back with that magic. He has a strong chance of winning RG this year.

  • Marcos Osborne
    Marcos Osborne 4 months ago +2

    Grande Carlos. Eres un gigante. ❤

  • Maggie Smit
    Maggie Smit 4 months ago +2

    Alcaraz drop shots are simply deadly. DEADLY 🤣

  • Sisto Ferri
    Sisto Ferri 4 months ago +16


  • Bratin Basu
    Bratin Basu 4 months ago +2

    Standing ovation for such a long highlights of a GS match.👏🏿🙌🏿
    Hat's off to the admin!

  • Nelson Reyes
    Nelson Reyes 4 months ago +14

    This is a good warm-up match for Alcaraz. Cobolli should be proud of himself for having a match with world no. 1 and winning some points. He will learn a lot in this match. His cross court shots are also awesome. For Alcaraz, you keep on winning...

  • Harshit Singh
    Harshit Singh 4 months ago +1

    Flavio was so happy when he finally got that drop point

  • MS
    MS 4 months ago

    his drop shots are gonna make whoever he’s playing against go insane😂 SO good

  • Dimitris Kaimenos
    Dimitris Kaimenos 4 months ago +175

    Carlos has so much potential

    • Angerisdiscipline
      Angerisdiscipline 4 months ago +18

      he is both the present and the future

    • Elmo Blatch
      Elmo Blatch 4 months ago +40

      Potential? He is there.

    • Elvis Ac
      Elvis Ac 4 months ago +20

      @Elmo Blatch he’s saying that cause he’s only 20 years old.
      Crazy how good he is already, we’re not even witnessing his peak yet

    • DavidJames77
      DavidJames77 4 months ago +17

      He is already number 1 in the world…

    • abo saleh
      abo saleh 4 months ago +8

      ​@elvisac4425 this is better said not that he has potential! He is world number 1 for God's sake

  • Jordan
    Jordan 4 months ago +18

    A few years back, he was already one of my favourite up and coming players but I never guessed he'd reach so high so soon. Glad my kids have someone like him to look up to as I did with Rafa and Federer. Absolutely amazing stuff from Carlitos 💪💪

  • andrea guerra
    andrea guerra 4 months ago

    Carlos Alcaraz 🎾🇪🇸🌎 é veloz na inteligência das jogadas 💪💪💪💪👏👏👏😉😘😘😘😍😍😍🇧🇷🔥🔥🔥🔥..te amo Carlitos tô na torcida 🇧🇷

  • Tuzzz94
    Tuzzz94 4 months ago +3

    The reaction of Cobolli at 2:05 describes it all 😂

    PAWS & HANDS 4 months ago +15

    Carlos is so exciting to watch. He actually played better than I was anticipating. One round done😊

  • BrotherTree1
    BrotherTree1 4 months ago +1

    This was a great match from both. It was way closer than the scoreline depicts if you look at all the rallies they had.

  • bbbazzinga
    bbbazzinga 4 months ago +20

    I'd like to see him lift the trophy this year

  • Thang Vuong
    Thang Vuong 4 months ago

    Such an exciting player, haven't seen a capacity crowd for a first round match in years.

  • Utari Susanti
    Utari Susanti 4 months ago +2

    I love Al Caraz. The future of tennis. We've been spoilt w/Big 3 era. But his tennis skill is in different planet🙌

  • Yago M
    Yago M 4 months ago +230

    3 minutes for a grand slam match is ridiculously short

    • Mario Doblado
      Mario Doblado 4 months ago +15

      Get used to it for the next 2 weeks, also when RG is over don't forget about it too much cuz Wimbledon highlights aren't any better

    • Martín
      Martín 4 months ago +5

      @Mario Doblado at least us open can provide

    • Babatunde Kalejaiye
      Babatunde Kalejaiye 4 months ago +3

      You could purchase a ticket to watch the whole match. 😂.

    • Vlad Radu Andrei
      Vlad Radu Andrei 4 months ago +12

      @Babatunde Kalejaiye yes cause all of us are from france or rich asf to be able to travel stay and buy tickets there...hope you were sarcastic

    • Amr D
      Amr D 4 months ago +2

      what can you expect? it's french

  • MCF -
    MCF - 4 months ago +1

    I loved the persistance of Cobolli of never wanting to give in even starting from a 6-0. This kid is just 480th in the ranking and played against the world number 1. I'm honestly shocked by how well he played.
    Congrats to both players

  • bocobox
    bocobox 4 months ago +3

    this guy is the best player ever. you would see him winning the title this grand slam. go for it carlos.

  • gidden Chunez
    gidden Chunez 4 months ago

    No long rallies.. unpredictable shots and style of play.. powerful shots to move his opponents far then drop shots impossible to return..he does his work..and when you go against him hard he changes shape and strategy..he's really the best right now

  • KC Nwokoye
    KC Nwokoye 4 months ago +11

    All the best Carlos. You have a very tough draw and a very tough second round with an opponent who will be fearless and blast big winners. I'll be watching with bated breath.

  • Łukasz Barszczak
    Łukasz Barszczak 4 months ago +7

    He is an amazing player, it's a pleasure to watch him❤

  • sadafana iqra
    sadafana iqra 4 months ago +18

    What a nice guy,good player, young champion what a match,let,s go carli

  • TheJourneyingEngineer
    TheJourneyingEngineer 4 months ago +2

    A superstar in the making. He's packing the stadium.

  • Robert19Mx
    Robert19Mx 4 months ago +63

    You could smell his rival's frustration in the distance

  • ambdance00
    ambdance00 4 months ago +1

    Alcaraz just couldn’t miss no matter what shot he played. Those reverse drop shots were amazing

  • J. Erickson
    J. Erickson 4 months ago +33

    His wheels are something special. Impossible to forget how Rafel Nadal has beaten everyone in the top ten due to his legs. It is only possible to stay in the top ten with good legs.

    • shashank srivastava
      shashank srivastava 4 months ago +8

      Nadal was great with his legs but he won so much becoz of playing style which is the most unique of all tennis players especially on clay. Alcaraz has more diversity in his shots but Nadal game was very heavy for any player to deal on clay. He just makes mockery of Federer and Novak many times on clay courts just as same Federer on grass.

    • paulrubinsteinvideo
      paulrubinsteinvideo 4 months ago +3

      Spot on. I always say this. Movement is KEY.
      It is the one thing you absolutely can't do without if you are going to be an elite, top-top player.

    • Simon
      Simon 4 months ago +1

      Alex de minaur has left the chat

  • Carlos Esteban
    Carlos Esteban 4 months ago +20

    Long live Carlos Alcaraz! Beast!

  • Noah Henderson
    Noah Henderson 4 months ago +29

    The entire crowd was against Alcaraz in the third, but he still took it. Beast!

    • Castoloman
      Castoloman 4 months ago +7

      Didn’t expect more from the french crowd (specially against Spanish players). I understand. We beat them allways

    • Seju
      Seju 4 months ago +11

      They were not against Alcaraz, they simply celebrate that a rival who was being crushed in the previous sets, reacts and gives more battle. Its a normal thing. But you only have to see how they have applauded Carlos in amazement throughout the match with each of the big points he has made. Also the affectionate applause he received at the end of the match. We have to know how to differentiate when the public is against a player (where they even boo, something that has not happened with Carlos at any time) or when they simply celebrate that a player who was being crushed finally manages to put up a bit of a fight and lengthens a little more the match.

    • francesco_jsb
      francesco_jsb 4 months ago +5

      Usually the crowd cheers for the weakest, and then also to extend the match since the ticket is worth up to 5 sets

  • Ross
    Ross 4 months ago +14

    Alcaraz is too insanely good

  • Beryl
    Beryl 4 months ago +5

    Carlitos playing tennis just makes me happy!

  • Holden H
    Holden H 4 months ago +7

    At some point I’d love to see Carlos add fed’s old fake drop shot to his bag. His drop shots are so good players have to be ready to sprint forward as soon as that backswing changes. Imagine how easily he would trick opponents by winding up like he’s hitting the drop shot and then just pushing it deep in the court

    • puremaze
      puremaze 4 months ago +6

      He used them already on a few occasions.

  • mohdnasir
    mohdnasir 4 months ago

    Vamos Alcaraz... most probably the new King Of Tennis.👍

  • Angela Tanurdzic
    Angela Tanurdzic 4 months ago +22

    Well done Carlos 👏🎾❤️

  • Игорь Л-в
    Игорь Л-в 4 months ago +3

    Карл великий! Покоритель наших сердец🙂

  • Luca Martin
    Luca Martin 4 months ago

    Wow what a soft hand by Carlos!
    Good performance for Flavio, but Alcaraz was Fabolous!

  • Andreas Bösch Coaching
    Andreas Bösch Coaching 4 months ago +1

    unbelievable tennis from Alcaraz 🤩

  • Manolo Fernandez
    Manolo Fernandez 4 months ago +5

    I'll bet that the top 10 points of the season will feature 10 shots from Carlitos Alcaraz.

  • Michael A
    Michael A 4 months ago +4

    That face every time he saw the impeccable placements made by Alcaraz…it was always like, did you just do that? Mesmerizing tennis!

    • Benita De Wet
      Benita De Wet 4 months ago +4

      Cobolli? Must have the most beautiful eyes in the tournament😍

    • Mirea Felder
      Mirea Felder 4 months ago

      @Benita De Wet As a female myself I have to agree😗😍As a Alcaraz fan, still happy Carlitos won, lol...

    • Benita De Wet
      Benita De Wet 4 months ago

      @Mirea Felder Me too. Also Carlos fan. What do you think of Federer's lookalike Seymoth Wild?

    • Mirea Felder
      Mirea Felder 4 months ago

      ​@Benita De Wet I don't know much about him, he's accused of being a domestic abuser (his awkward responses in the press conference reaffirmed these accuses for me) and he just beat Meddy in an epic 5 setter. That's all I know about him.🙅

  • Falling Stones
    Falling Stones 4 months ago +4

    2:08 when you are so good you have to apologize for it 🔥

  • Flowerbed Productions
    Flowerbed Productions 4 months ago

    2:05 The greatest drop shot I've ever seen.

  • Moorish Brooklyn
    Moorish Brooklyn 4 months ago +3

    Alcaraz was having a lot of fun in this match.

  • Gustavo Tejada
    Gustavo Tejada 4 months ago +1

    Alcaraz The Spanish Beast ! Incredible

  • NN
    NN 4 months ago +6

    I've a feeling Sinner and Carlitos are gonna pull off another epic match for the ages.

  • Romain Mj
    Romain Mj 4 months ago +27

    Each match alcaraz play he adds content to his highlights real

  • Tasanee Wantanakul
    Tasanee Wantanakul 4 months ago +13

    Congratulations Alcaraz🎾🔥👏

  • Mario S.
    Mario S. 4 months ago +6

    Carlitos era has just begun!! Mark my words!

  • Antonio Gutiérrez Ramos

    Carlitos eres un máquina!! 😂
    Charlie you are a machine!! 😂

  • Nqabzyberry
    Nqabzyberry 4 months ago +6

    Great match Carlos 🎉🎉🎉❤❤

  • Thushan Rathnaweera
    Thushan Rathnaweera 4 months ago +5

    Well done my son Alcaraz ❤🎉❤🎉❤🎉❤

  • Krajangwit Johjit
    Krajangwit Johjit 4 months ago +1

    His latest loss taught Carlos to be quieter for sure.

  • Ron
    Ron 4 months ago +2

    Nice that Cobolli didn't have that quit in him. He fought. Right on.

  • Live YourWellnessDream
    Live YourWellnessDream 4 months ago +3

    che spettacolo....alcaraz è impressionante.

  • David Hay
    David Hay 4 months ago +2

    Alcaraz has the best dropshot ever

  • Markus E
    Markus E 4 months ago

    I hope Carlos doesn't disappoint (his fans/me) over the next two weeks.

    • rotcar
      rotcar 4 months ago +2

      Carlitos you will not be disappointed, he will be a legend in the future (except injuries) 😎

  • Daniel
    Daniel 4 months ago

    Nadal 🇪🇦 mind, Federer 🇨🇭 talent, Djokovic 🇷🇸 powerfull. He's the new GOAT and he haven't rivals like the Big Three had with theirselves... Alcaraz 🇪🇦 can get 40 Grand Slams. 🐐

  • engin arslan
    engin arslan 4 months ago +13

    big potential for championship.

  • Ekrem Abi
    Ekrem Abi 4 months ago +4

    Carlos is insane

  • Mark Jackson
    Mark Jackson 4 months ago +7

    Alcaraz putting on an exhibition match.

  • deepak mahajan
    deepak mahajan 4 months ago +5

    Since roger is retired, finally found Someone with attacking game and variety to root for. Respect nadal and nole but never enjoyed their games unless they played roger

  • F La
    F La 4 months ago +5

    ❤❤❤ Vamoooooooooos Carlitooooooooooos you are the BEST

  • Jsnow 47
    Jsnow 47 4 months ago

    Wymiata ten hiszpanski demon

  • You are the Universe
    You are the Universe 4 months ago +3

    Alcaraz learned how to perfectly control his drop shot from his previous match against Marozsan. Just wow.

    • Rafael Lorenzo
      Rafael Lorenzo 4 months ago +2

      Exactly, he learned to control that thanks to the loss with Marozsan. That's why it's good to lose. Because you learn things... 😉

  • Pablo Ardèvol
    Pablo Ardèvol 4 months ago +11

    this guy is a walking highlight reel

  • Dav Jasso
    Dav Jasso 4 months ago +1

    man, Carlos is just different

  • OldSkool
    OldSkool 4 months ago

    I gotta say.... i dont enjoy the drop shots as much as power shots.... but if that's how Alcaraz likes to win.... fair play.

  • GS J
    GS J 4 months ago +9

    The art of dropshot

  • speed0380
    speed0380 4 months ago +5

    My word. This guy’s more special at his age than Nadal, Federer or Djokovic were. Never thought I’d say these words.

    • robert111k
      robert111k 4 months ago

      It may seem a bit of an exaggeration but this kid is the best tennis player I've ever seen. I don't mean in terms of record, of course, but just of sheer playing. He does everything well and in style as well. A true genius.

    • speed0380
      speed0380 4 months ago

      @robert111k He seems to have no weakness.

  • Lucio Becker
    Lucio Becker 4 months ago +10

    Come on Flavio, it is all good esperience to form your mind and attitude. Greetings from Rome Italy

  • New Calculus
    New Calculus 4 months ago +8

    When Alcaraz is playing like this, he is a god - unbeatable.

    • Abe Guy
      Abe Guy 4 months ago +1

      So how did he play against no 135 at rome

    • Pedro viriato
      Pedro viriato 4 months ago +2

      ​@Abe Guy Se quería volver a España para preparar Roland Garros

    • Abe Guy
      Abe Guy 4 months ago

      @Pedro viriato
      Sorry pal I don't understand latino

    • Pedro viriato
      Pedro viriato 4 months ago +6

      Latino. ? Será español. ?

    RAYMORES 4 months ago +2

    I supposed Carlos played amazing. 3 minutes' too short to know it.

  • Caelas
    Caelas 4 months ago +1

    Love Alcatraz’s shirt the green looks cool and great win champ!

  • NotSoHandyTim
    NotSoHandyTim 4 months ago

    Well we may have heard the phrase raising your game level overnight, Cobolli managed to raise his in a matter of minutes. Quick learner and a great effort. 😲

  • François Lana
    François Lana 4 months ago +5

    He looks sharp wow

  • Nico L
    Nico L 4 months ago +2

    Alcaraz is my favorite player right now, but does anyone else think he usually struggles when he has to close the game?

    • Mirea Felder
      Mirea Felder 4 months ago +3

      No, he's usually very clutch when he has to close games or matches. For a 20 year old he's incredibly strong mentally already.

    • Nico L
      Nico L 4 months ago

      @Mirea Felder I obviously agree that he is an exceptionally good player for his age, but I've seen him lose his serve a lot of times when he is close to victory, he usually stills wins but is forced to go the extra mile nevertheless. My point is that I believe that's the only field in which he probably needs to improve, but I'm just nitpicking.

    • Mirea Felder
      Mirea Felder 4 months ago

      @Nico L Are you talking about 2022? His serve definitely improved a lot this year to last year, he won Barcelona and Madrid with losing barely a set. Of course at only 20 years of age he's still beatable and has some bad days until he reaches his peak level at maybe 21, 22? But Alcaraz right now is still the best of all players over 52 weeks with a over 90% win/loss index.

  • Ricardo Salazar
    Ricardo Salazar 4 months ago +1

    Alcaraz was perfect, he didnt lose 1 single point since they didnt show not 1 point won from Cobolli

    • Abe Guy
      Abe Guy 4 months ago +1

      His serve was broken..

  • puremaze
    puremaze 4 months ago +2

    Those are the predicted match ups from R32 to the final as of now:
    R32 - Friday
    🥎Alcaraz - Shapovalov
    🥎Musetti/Shevchenko - Norrie
    🥎Fognini - Korda
    🥎Schwarzman - Tsitsipas
    🥎Djokovic - Davidovich Fokina
    🥎Bautista Agut - Griekspoor/Hurkazc
    🥎Kachanov - Wawrinka
    🥎Sonego - Rublev
    R32 - Saturday:
    🥎Rune - Vavassori
    🥎Cerundolo - Fritz
    🥎Paul/Jarry - Struff
    🥎Zhang - Ruud
    🥎Sinner - Dimitrov
    🥎Zverev - Tiafoe
    🥎Coric/ Cachin - Etcheverry/De Minaur
    🥎Nishioka - Seyboth Wild
    R16 - Sunday
    🥎Alcaraz - Musetti /Shevchenko/Norrie
    🥎Fognini - Tsitsipas
    🥎Djokovic - Bautista Agut/Griekspoor
    🥎Kachanov/Wawrinka - Rublev
    R16 - Monday:
    🥎Rune - Cerundolo/ Fritz
    🥎Struff/Jarry - Ruud
    🥎Sinner - Zverev
    🥎Coric/Cachin/ Etcheverry/De Minaur - Nishioka
    QF - Tuesday
    🥎Alcaraz - Tsitsipas
    🥎Djokovic - Rublev
    QF - Wednesday:
    🥎Rune - Struff/Jarry/Ruud
    🥎Sinner/Zverev - Coric/Cachin/ Etcheverry/De Minaur/Nishioka
    SF- Friday
    🥎Alcaraz - Djokovic
    🥎Rune - Sinner/Zverev
    Final - Sunday
    🥎Alcaraz/Djokovic - Rune/Sinner/Zverev

    • F La
      F La 4 months ago

      Let's pray 🙏

    • puremaze
      puremaze 4 months ago

      @F La WHo are you praying for?

    • Rafael Lorenzo
      Rafael Lorenzo 4 months ago +1

      Delete to FAA from that list, he fell against Fognini...

    • puremaze
      puremaze 4 months ago

      @Rafael Lorenzo Thanks I had deleted him but not from R16, only R32.

    • Rafael Lorenzo
      Rafael Lorenzo 4 months ago

      Delete to Medvedev from that list, he fell against Seyboth Wild...

  • Victor
    Victor 4 months ago +3

    PLEASE, longer highlights!

  • pakin srettapugdee
    pakin srettapugdee 4 months ago +1

    Anyone who plays with Alcaraz will be tired.Because it requires more energy to run and if the opponent wants to drop back, Alcaraz's speed can fight with the drop ball.
    So whoever plays with Alcaraz is tired and lost.

  • Alexander van Wyk
    Alexander van Wyk 4 months ago +1

    Tennis' future looks good indeed! Love from Africa.

  • Oun Omayma
    Oun Omayma 4 months ago +2

    Carlos when He play he is smart Hé know how to deal with it

  • Life of Matthew
    Life of Matthew 3 months ago +1

    Crazy dropshots

  • Alexander
    Alexander 4 months ago +3

    Alcaraz you are doing very well if I can read so much toxic commentary of envy 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

  • E. F. Evans
    E. F. Evans 4 months ago +2

    Tennis is easy for Carlos. He doesn´t have weak points in his game.