Carlos Alcaraz, the world No.1 and reigning US Open champion, is making waves at Wimbledon 2023.
Despite a slow start, Alcaraz showcased resilience and climbed his way to victory.
A standout moment was Alcaraz's extraordinary one-handed backhand flick around the post, leaving spectators amazed.
Alcaraz became the first player to break Matteo Berrettini's serve in the tournament, ending his streak of 60 consecutive service games won.
The Spaniard's breakthrough propelled him to secure the second, third, and fourth sets with a scoreline of 6-3 in each.
Alcaraz will face Holger Rune, another rising talent, in the quarterfinals, marking the youngest men's last 16 match in Wimbledon's history.
The upcoming clash with Rune promises excitement and anticipation for fans worldwide.
Alcaraz and Rune have encountered each other previously during the 2022 Paris Masters.
The match between Alcaraz and Rune is seen as a remarkable and enjoyable experience for both players and fans.
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