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Carlos Alcaraz Ends Jannik Sinner’s 19-Match Winning Streak In Their Latest Intense Rivalry Matchup

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In the Indian Wells men’s semifinals on Saturday, Carlos Alcaraz secured a remarkable victory over Jannik Sinner, overcoming a 1-6 deficit to win 6-3 6-2 and halt the Italian’s impressive 19-match winning streak in their intense rivalry.

Sinner had enjoyed an impeccable start to the year, including his maiden Grand Slam victory at the Australian Open in January. However, his momentum was halted by a defeat at the hands of the 20-year-old Spaniard, who is emerging as his primary adversary on the court.

Despite a delayed start due to heavy rain, Sinner initially appeared dominant, clinching the opening set 6-1 with apparent ease. However, Alcaraz staged a remarkable comeback in the second set, holding his service game under pressure and using it as a springboard for his resurgence. The match was characterized by their trademark intense rallies, with both players exhibiting exceptional athleticism and skill.

In the decisive third set, Alcaraz capitalized on his momentum, breaking Sinner’s serve and stringing together five consecutive games to secure victory.

“I was too predictable at some points,” Sinner said afterwards, according to the tournament website. “I think that’s the lesson for today. We will work on certain things, and hopefully I will get better.”

His commanding performance sets the stage for an exciting final against Daniil Medvedev on Sunday as he aims to defend his Indian Wells title.

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