|place: all england dates: Jun 27 – Jul 10|
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Rising star Yannick Sener put on a superb all-round display to outsmart fifth seed Carlos Alcaraz and reach the quarter-finals at Wimbledon.
These two young players are seen as among the top potential players in the men’s game, but Italy’s 10th seed Sener, 20, was much brighter here.
He served and came back superbly to win 6-1 6-4 6-7 (8-10) 6-3.
Sener could face Novak Djokovic next, if he passes top seed Tim van Reethoven in a fourth-round match.
The defending champion and the Dutch ranked 104th in the world will meet in the last match of the day on the central court.
Based on this evidence, Sinner would be a tough opponent for anyone in these tournaments.
His big serve gave him a solid foundation and some solid gains from both wings helped him dominate the Alcaraz early on.
The highly-rated Spaniard still put in a typically strong showing and saved two match points in the third set tiebreak, which he eventually won 10-8.
Sinner seemed to lose confidence at the start of the fourth set, but quickly regained his composure and kept his cool as well, saving three break points from 0-40 to lead 4-1.
The Kars didn’t give up, saving three more match points before Sinner finally found a way to end a convincing showdown and reach the All England Club quarter-finals for the first time.
In the same half of the tie for Belgium David Goffin He made an exciting match with 23rd seed Francis Tiafoe, defeating the American 7-6 (7-3) 5-7 5-7 6-4 7-5 after more than four and a half hours on the court.
Goffin, who last reached the quarter-finals at SW19 in 2019, plays Britain’s Cameron Norrie in the quarter-finals.