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Alcaraz brings out his best version to reach the quarterfinals in Hamburg

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Ramos and Pedro Martínez advance to the quarterfinals and Bautista says goodbye in Gstaad

Nuria Párrizas stomps in Palermo

MADRID, July 21 (EUROPA PRESS) –

Spanish tennis player Carlos Alcaraz went from less to more this Thursday to bring out his best version and reach the quarterfinals of the tournament in Hamburg (Germany) in the ATP 500 category, played on clay, while he plays in Gstaad (Switzerland). ) Albert Ramos and Pedro Martínez advanced, Roberto Bautista fell, and at the WTA event in Palermo Nuria Párrizas also made it to the quarters.

The passage through the earth for an Alcaraz who made the lap of the last 16 on the Wimbledon turf is pick and shovel again. The Murcian, who had to come from behind against Nicola Kuhn on his Germany debut, was also on the ropes against Filip Krajinovic.

The Murcian saved four set points in the first set and maintained a high level in the second set to seal his win (7-6(4), 6-3) as he faced Russia’s Karen Khachanov in the quarters. Spanish tennis in the ATP had good news at the 250th event in Gstaad, where Ramos defeated Swiss Dominic Stricker 6-3, 4-6, 6-1 and Martínez did the same with Swede Elias Ymer (7-5, 4- ) 6, 6-2).


After surviving his debut in fourth place, Ramos meets Chile’s Nicolás Jarry and Martínez in the quarterfinals against Italy’s Matteo Berrettini. Meanwhile, Roberto Bautista lost to Peru’s Juan Pablo Varillas after losing 7-6(3), 6-5 in the match that had been postponed the previous day due to rain. The Castellón man ended up delivering his debut match, losing serve in a quick score of a game.

In addition, the Spanish tennis player Nuria Párrizas made another step forward at the WTA 250 in Palermo to reach the quarter-finals with great sensations after a 6-2, 6-4 win over the Austrian Julia Grabher, where she defeated the Italian Jasmine Paolini meets .


Source europapress.es

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