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The Story of the US Open Final

The Story of the US Open Final

Carlos Alcaraz defeats Casper Ruud to win the US Open final 11-9, 3-6, 7-6(7)

At the US Open last year, the story of the final was Carlos Alcaraz-Gallardo’s victory over Marcel Granollers. It was a historic fight between two fighters from different eras.

Alcaraz-Gallardo was a young and rising star in the sport. At 23, he was ready for his next step in the big leagues. But Granollers was a veteran in the sport, and though his stature was slightly behind Alcaraz-Gallardo, he had more experience and proved to be more consistent over time.

The outcome had gone the way of Granollers, who was able to win the tournament and earn a third-round bye. He played well in the second round and won the match on his third match point. That victory was the first of his career, and in the final, he faced a player who had just two career losses compared to Alcaraz-Gallardo’s eight.

It was going to be another classic match. But Granollers came out strong, and Alcaraz-Gallardo had no answer. In the end, they battled together to decide who would emerge as the dominant player in the world’s most famous tennis tournament. The battle was the talk of the tournament, and this was the second time that has happened in the final of the US Open: in 2006, Nadal defeated Marin Cilic in the final.

This time, the victor did not play like a hero, as he was able to hold his emotions back. The match ended with a 6-4, 6-4 verdict. This time, the final was on grass, and to this day, Alcaraz-Gallardo’s victory over Granollers remains a controversial one.

The US Open final took an exciting turn when Alcaraz-Gallardo was serving for the match at 5-5, having received a break point during the second set. After missing a few backhand returns, he was able to get one back on the next changeover, with a forehand winner to break Granollers. The crowd was chanting his name, and some were even chanting “we want Cas

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