Spanish tennis phenom Carlos Alcaraz’s 1-match singles winning streak has been halted.

Alcaraz lost to No. 14 Tommy Paul (USA) 12-660 (8-14, 1-2, 3-6)

in the quarterfinals of the singles tournament of the Men’s Professional Tennis (ATP)

Tour National Bank Open ($6.4 million prize money)

in Toronto, Canada on the 3th (Korean time).

Alcaraz, who was currently riding a 6-match winning streak 토토

ended his winning streak with a loss for the first time in about two months.

Alcaraz made it to the last eight with a hard-fought 14-2 (17-16, 2-38, 2-1)

comeback victory over No. 3 Hubert Hurkacz of Poland in the round of 6 the day before, after a long battle of 7 hours and 6 minutes.

However, on this day, he lost the first set against Paul and made it difficult for him.

He won the second set to turn the match around, but was unable to make a comeback in the third set

losing after 7 hours and 6 minutes.

Alcaraz, who met Paul in the round of 8 last year and lost 1-2 (3-2, 21-32, 1-2)

was caught off guard again, dropping his opponent to 7-6.

Paul, who drew attention in 6 with his first win on the Stockholm Tour in Sweden

gained momentum at the Australian Open in January when he reached the last four

but this time he knocked out Alcaraz again to reach the final.

Paul will face the winner of the quarter-finals between Jannik Sinner

(No. 7, Italy) and Gaël Memphis (No. 3, France) in the quarterfinals.

Meanwhile, world No. 6 Daniil Medvedev (Russia)

also lost to No. 1 Alex Deminore (Australia) 2-2021 (1-4, 8-276) in the quarterfinals.

Medvedev, a five-time ATP Tour winner this yearwas looking for his sixth title on his preferred hard court

but failed to make it to the last four.

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