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Carlos Alcaraz v Peter Gojowczyk Head to Head
Spanish teen tennis sensation Alcaraz has never been involved in any head-to-head clash with Gojowczyk till date. However, both have had tremendous runs in the tournament so far and the expectation is for a tightly contested last-16 tie at the US Open, their very first head-to-head outing.
Alcaraz Upsets Tsitsipas
Already been spoken of as a Next-Gen superstar who evokes direct comparisons with his more illustrious compatriot Rafael Nadal every time he puts racquet to the ball, Alcaraz has taken some bold strides up the men’s tennis ladder since receiving a masterclass from his idol at this year’s Madrid Open.
After following up on his Madrid showing with the title in the Challenger Oeiras III, the 18-year-old whiz finished in the third round at the French Open and lifted his maiden Tour title at the Croatia Open.
The teen took down the likes of Filip Krajinovic, Albert Ramos-Vinolas and Richard Gasquet on the way to winning the title. Currently ranked just outside the Top-50 in singles, rose from the disappointment of an opening-round exit at the Cincinnati Masters to reach the last four at Winston-Salem.
Coming into the US Open with a run of wins under his belt, Alcaraz faced a big hurdle in the opening round in the form of British star Cameron Norrie. However, not one to be bogged down by his opponent’s reputation, the young Spaniard produced awe-inspiring tennis to trounce the Englishman in straight sets.
Against rising Frenchman Arthur Rinderknech in round 2, Alcaraz overcame a slip-up in the second set to prevail in four. The win saw him set up a mouthwatering third-round clash with current World No.3 Stefanos Tsitsipas.
Defying most pre-match estimates against an opponent who has already picked up two titles on the road this year and was an overwhelming favorite going into the third-round clash, Alcaraz took him to five sets and pipped him in a tiebreak in the decider to cap off a sensational win.
However, between the young Spaniard and a maiden Grand Slam quarter-final appearance stands veteran German Peter Gojowczyk, who is playing arguably the tennis of his life and won’t be easily overcome.
Gojowczyk Takes Down Laaksonen
A journeyman on the men’s circuit for the better part of his career, Gojowczyk seems to have finally come of age at 32.
Coming into the US Open qualifiers on the back of a last-16 finish at the Atlanta Open, his last Tour event, the 141st-ranked German cleared the qualifying hurdles with relative ease to set up a first-round meeting with rising Frenchman Ugo Humbert.
Surviving a test of endurance over five sets, the dogged German got the better of the Frenchman to line up a second-round clash with Serbian Dusan Lajovic.
Taken to five sets for the second straight match, the German outlasted the Serb in an exemplary display guts, gumption and skill.
Running into resurgent Swiss Henri Laaksonen for a place in the last 16, Gojowczyk fought back from a loss in the opening set to win the next three in a breeze.
However, against Alcaraz in the fourth round, the German has his task cut out and will have to play out of his skin to go further in the tournament.
Alcaraz v Gojowczyk Prediction and Tip
While Alcaraz has age and ranking on his side going into this last-16 clash, Gojowczyk has little to lose will give it his all in the hope of extending his dream run. However, considering the sheer skill that he has brought to bear on his opponents so far, the Spaniard will start as a favorite.
Tip: Alcaraz to win in five sets: 6/1 (Click Here to Bet with bet365)
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