Carlos Alcaraz plays insane behind the back shot at US Open

The 19-year-old has extra wins in his first 100 matches (75) than Rafael Nadal (67), Novak Djokovic (65), Andy Murray (63) and Roger Federer (51) at that stage of their careers. However depart the numbers.

The Spaniard, so early in his profession, has a knack of delivering moments which can be categorized underneath the ‘you’ve to see it to imagine it’ shelf of tennis brilliance. Simply as this one shot he performed for some extent in his win in opposition to Jannik Sinner within the US Open quarter remaining on late Wednesday night time within the US.

With Sinner main on benefit within the second set, seeking to make it 12 factors break up equal, Alcaraz responded to his serve with a forehand return. The Italian then delivered a robust forehand straight down the center. Alcaraz had misjudged his run from the left by a tad, however grasp on. In got here the behind the again shot, calling for Sinner to strategy nearer to the online as he delivered a sluggish return. Alcaraz, like several good participant, didn’t stand on his eye-catching shot and completed the job, touchdown a remaining forehand that acquired him the purpose.

Unreal tennis. And it wanted to be in a intently contested match that noticed the Spaniard emerge as winner and proceed to the ultimate 4 levels.

Alcaraz bested Sinner 3-6, 7-6, 7-6, 5-7, 3-6 on the Arthur Ashe Stadium. The 19-year-old will now face house favourite Francis Tiafoe within the males’s singles semifinal on Saturday, September 10.

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