Alcalas, No. 1 in men’s tennis, advances to the 3rd round of the Miami Open
Carlos Alcalas (Spain), world number one in men’s singles tennis, reached the third round of singles at the Miami Open (total prize money: $8.8 million).
On the 25th (Korean time), in the second round of singles on the third day of the tournament held in Miami, Florida, USA, Alkaras defeated Facundo Bagnis (100th), ranked 100th in the world, with a set score of 2-0 (6-0, 6-2).
Alkaras regained the world No. 1 position last week by winning the Men’s Professional Tennis (ATP) Tour BNP Paribas Open (total prize money of $8.8 million) held in Indian Wells, California. If you win this competition, you can keep the first place. If he does not win, the first place will go to Novak Djokovic (Serbia), who is currently ranked second. Djokovic is unable to enter the United States because he does not get the Corona 19 vaccine, so he cannot appear in both the Paribas Open and Miami Open.
Alkaras will meet Doosan Rayovic (Serbia), ranked 76th in the world, in the third round. Alkaras has won all three head-to-head matches so far.
At the Women’s Professional Tennis (WTA) Tour Miami Open (total prize money of 8.8 million dollars), world No. 2 Arina Savalenka (Belarus) advanced to the third round. Sabalenka defeated American Shelby Rogers (42nd) 2-0 (6-4 6-3) in the second round. 카지노사이트
Sabalenka is chasing world No. 1 Iga Sibiongtech (Poland), who was absent from the tournament due to a rib injury. As for ranking points, Sibiong Tech has 9975 points and Civilenka has 6740 points. I am interested in how much Civila can narrow the gap during the injury gap of Sibion Tech.