The Murcian tennis player Carlos Alcaraz leaves adolescence in the Manolo Santana stadium, with the Croatian borna coric on the other side of the net and a new final of the Madrid Masters 1000 on the horizon, the second in a row, and the title between eyebrows.
The ATP sets twenty years as the beginning of adulthood. And that is the one that the number two in the world and current champion of the Madrid tournament reaches this Friday in the semifinals that he will play against Coric.
The Murcian gets older in a commitment to the semifinals in which he starts as a favorite, against the Croatian Borna Coric, twentieth tennis player in the world. The final in sight and also, a little further, the number one in the world. And all the history ahead.
Alcaraz disputes new semifinals. The sixth of the season. A section that is usual for the number two in the world, who in the six tournaments he has participated in so far this year has always, at least, achieved a place among the top four.