Alcaras Eliminated in the First Tennis Match of the Paris Masters

Alcaras Eliminated in the First Tennis Match of the Paris Masters… Year-End No. 1 ‘Red Light’

Carlos Alcaras (2nd place, Spain), who seemed to have solidified his position as the ‘next generation tennis emperor’, continues to struggle.

Carlos Alcaras

Alcaras defeated Roman Safiulin (45th place, Russia) 0-2 (3-6 4-) in the second round (round of 32) of the Men’s Professional Tennis (ATP)

Tour Paris Masters held in Paris, France on October 31 (local time).

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Alcaras, who received the second seed and immediately advanced to the second round,

lost in the first round and was eliminated, destroying his pride.

This is the first time that Alcaras lost his first game in a tournament he participated in this year.

This is the first time since the Canada Masters in August last year that he was eliminated in the first round of the ATP 1000 Masters tournament,

which gives the second most ranking points after the four major tournaments and the ATP Finals,

which is a battle of kings.

US Open

Last July, Alcaras defeated Novak Djokovic (No. 1, Serbia) in the final to become the Wimbledon men’s singles champion, and the world praised him as the ‘new emperor.’

However, since being eliminated in the semifinals at the U.S. Open held in August,

she has been struggling with her injury.

Since the US Open, Alcaras has recorded 5 wins and 3 losses.

They were eliminated in the semifinals at the Beijing, China tournament in September,

in the round of 16 at the Shanghai Masters last month.

He then announced his intention to abstain ahead of the indoor competition in Basel, Switzerland.

Alcaras, who seemed to be ending the season as is,

declared his participation in the Paris Masters and expressed his intention to beat Djokovic and become ‘No. 1 in the year-end rankings.’

However, his plans were disrupted when he was eliminated early from the Paris Masters.

Carlos Alcaras will make his final challenge for year-end No. 1 at the ATP Finals held in Turin, Italy on the 13th.

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