This is my biggest loss.

Jannik Sinner had a massive chance of staying in the US Open title cycle. Yannick faced another impressive young man Yannick Sener in the quarter-finals in New York, and they turned it into an unforgettable match! Sener and Alcaraz fought for five hours and 15 minutes, and the Italian missed a match point in a 6-3, 6-7, 6-7, 7-5, 6-3, loss, the hardest of his career.

Two great rivals finished their duty at 2:50 am, producing the last US Open meet and missing New York’s longest match by 12 minutes! The Italian led 5-3 in the fourth set and served to win the tenth game.

He squandered a match point and lost four consecutive matches to keep the Spaniard in the competition ahead of the decider. Carlos got a boost and sealed the deal in the fifth set to stay on the title track and come close to becoming a world record holder.

1. Sinner and Alcaraz made 42 break points, and the Spaniard played better in the crucial moments. Carlos grabbed 11 breaks from 26 chances and lost seven of his opponent’s 16 chances. They had a similar number of winners, and the Italian sprinkled 60 easy fouls despite getting that match point.

They exchanged early breaks in the opening game, and Alcaraz fired the winning goal in the seventh game to gain another advantage. The younger player concluded the set with a winning forehand winner 5-3 after 50 minutes. Sinner broke the tie 1-1 in the second set and remained in love in the eighth game to open a 5-3 gap.

Carlos broke back in Game 10 to extend the action and earned four set points in the second leg at 6-5. Jannik stayed calm and fended off them to introduce a tie-breaker. The Spaniard salvaged a set point at 5-6 with a winning backhand cross before Sener salvaged the fifth set point with a powerful serve.

Jannik put together an 8-7 backhand winner to wrap up the set and equalize the total score over two hours later. Carlos advanced 4-2 in the third set, before Yannick returned to the break in the eighth game, 4-4. The Spaniard broke again in the eleventh inning and served for the set.

Carlos Alcaraz defeated Junk Sener after an epic battle.

The Italian kept his focus and turned his third break opportunity to enter the tie-breaker and gain momentum. Yannick dominated and won 7-0 to steal the set and approach the finish line after three hours and 22 minutes of an entertaining battle.

Sinner made a 3-1 lead in the fourth set and looked good to get to the finish line. Alcaraz had other plans, and he broke in the sixth game. However, he made a double mistake and lost his serve in love after a few minutes to be late.

Sinner served for victory in the tenth game and created a match point. Carlos saved it with a deep comeback and broke the ball after Yannick’s terrible shot to score at 5-5 and make the crowd explode with glee. With momentum on his side, Alcaraz put a tiebreaker on the net in Game 12 to steal the opponent’s serve for the second time in a row and provide a break four hours and 25 minutes later.

Sinner stayed calm and took a break at 15 at 2-2 with a deep comeback. The Italian squandered a 40-15 lead in the next game that could have pushed him near the finish line and hit a forehand to lose serve. Yannick squandered a match point at 3-4 and saw a break after a loose backhand sealed his fate.

Carlos served for victory in Game Nine and fired a powerful serve that propelled him to his first Grand Slam semi-final. “I’ve had some heavy losses, but this is on the first list. This will hurt for a long time. However, I will get up today and try to find positive things, although it is not easy after such a difficult loss.

I hope to win a tough match like this next time. It was an excellent match for us on the field and for the fans in the stands. I defeated Carlos one last time, and he gets these; “We’re moving forward,” said Yannick Sener.

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