At the Italian Open, Carlos Alcaraz emerges victorious against 135th-ranked Fabian Marosan.

Fabian Marosan delivered an outstanding performance at the Italian Open, where he knocked out high-profile player Carlos Alcaraz 6-3, 7-6 (4). This was Marozan’s best career performance to date, and he qualified for his first career ATP main draw. The 23-year-old is one of the leading contenders to win the French Open later this month, and he will face 15th seed Borna Coric in the Round of 16.

Alcaraz recently withdrew from his debut in Rome and is set to open the French Open on May 28. After his impressive win, Marrozan expressed his excitement and said that he couldn’t have imagined this. He had dreamed of this match and had hoped to do something special, such as winning a few games or maybe a set. Marosan had a confident start and used numerous drop shots that caused problems for Alcaraz.

In the first set, Marosan was able to quickly score three break points and took a commanding lead. Alcaraz struggled to find any rhythm against his opponent and had a hard time holding on to break points during the next two service games. Marosan scored many love holds on his serve and took the first set in 33 minutes. He continued to put on a strong performance while Alcaraz struggled behind the second serve.

In the tiebreaker, Alcaraz took a 4-1 lead, but Marosan was able to score a spectacular reverse forehand winner down the line and ultimately won due to an unforced error from Alcaraz. This match will go down as one of the biggest upsets in ATP Tour history. Overall, Marosan was pleased with his performance and was grateful for the support of the crowd, the weather, and the court.

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