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Andy Murray was bombed.  Carlos Alcaraz in a new land

Andy Murray was bombed. Carlos Alcaraz in a new land

Andy Murray did not break John Isner and lost in four sets to the American in the second round of Grand Slam Wimbledon playing on grass. Carlos Alcars qualified for the 1/16 finals of the tournament in London for the first time.

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Every series has its end. Andy Murray has won the previous eight games against John Isner. But on Wednesday, in their ninth match, he suffered his first defeat, and it was in his temple – at Wimbledon Central. In the second round duel of the 2022 tournament, the British surrendered to the Americans 4:6, 6:7 (4), 7:6 (3), 4:6 after more than three hours of battle.

Isner bombed Murray with a serve on Wednesday – he sent 36 aces, scored 98 of 129 on his own pass and couldn’t break. And as a bonus, American No. 20 seed Jannick Sener will face the Championship “Ten” in the 1/16 Finals.

Carlos Alcaraz entered a previously unknown territory. The 19-year-old Spaniard defeated Talon Grixpur 6:4, 7:6 (0), 6:3 and was promoted to the third round of Wimbledon for the first time in his career. In this fifth-ranked stage, Morgan will play Oscar Otti with the number “32”.

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On the other hand, Tim van Rijthoven enjoyed his first promotion to the third round of the Grand Slam Championship. On Wednesday, the Dutch wild card player Wimbledon won four sets on the spots with the number 15 identified as Reilly Opelka. Another contender for the 25-year-old from Rosendal will be Nikoloz Basilashvili, Championship “22”.

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Alejandro Davidovich Hubert Hurkacz was eliminated in the first round after breaking the decisive tie. On Wednesday, he lost to Jerry Vesely in the same circumstances. He will face the Czech in the 1/16 finals, Tommy Ball. Ranked to No. 30, the American gave barely seven Jewels to Adrian Mannarino.

Wimbledon, London (UK)
Grand Slam tournament, grass field, total prize money 40.35 million pounds
Wednesday 29th June

Second round of singles:

Carlos Alcaraz (Hiszepania, 5) – Talon Grexburg (Netherlands) 6:4, 7:6 (0), 6:3
John Isner (US 20) vs. Andy Murray (UK) 6:4, 7:6 (4), 6:7 (3), 6:4
Tommy Ball (USA, 30) beat Adrien Mannarino (France) 6-2,6-4.6-1.
Tim van Reethoven (Netherlands, WC) – Riley Opelka (USA, 15) 6:4, 6:7 (8), 7:6 (7), 7:6 (4)
Jerry Vesely (Czech Republic) beat Alejandro Davidovic Fokina (Spain) 6-3, 5-7, 6-7 (2), 6-3, 7-6 (7).

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