(Video, tennis results Carlos Alcaraz – Casper Ruud, Miami Open men’s singles final) The breathtaking comeback in the first set became the turning point that decided the outcome of the great battle.
Entering the Miami Open final, Casper Ruud entered energetically when he broke Carlos Alcaraz’s first serve game to lead 3-0 in the first set. At this point, Alcaraz really woke up.
Alcaraz convincingly won Casper Ruud to become the youngest player in history to win the Miami Open men’s singles
The Spaniard reclaimed the break in game 7 and equalized 4-4 in game 8. Thought the set had to enter a tie-break series, the break-point hinged in game 11 and won in game 12. helped Alcaraz come back to win 7-5.
Entering the second set, “Little Nadal” got better and better, and Casper Ruud could not maintain the same concentration as the opening set. As a result, Alcaraz completely overwhelmed, won 2 break-points (compared to 1 of Ruud) to win 6-4. The Miami Open final ended with the final score of 2-0 (set score: 7-5, 6-4), thereby helping Alcaraz officially win the first Masters 1000 title in his career.
He became the youngest player in history to win the Miami Open men’s singles (18 years 333 days), the third youngest player to win the Masters 1000 since 1990, after Michael Chang and compatriot Rafael Nadal. Not only that, this achievement will also bring Alcaraz to 11th ATP position.
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