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Novak Djokovic meeting in the semi-finals of the ATP Masters 1000 tournament in Madrid Carlos Alcaraz. The game will be available live on TV and live on Sky from 4:00 p.m. as well as in our live ticker.

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N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 7-6 5-5

Alcaraz tries another save, but this time he ends up in the net. It’s breakball for the Djoker!

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 7-6 5-5

It’s getting crispy again! Alcaraz already leads 40:15, but then falters. It’s about the beginnings!

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 7-6 5-5

Alcaraz sniffs the scent of a possible break as the score is 30-0, but in the decisive phase Djokovic serves just too well.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 7-6 4-5

Djokovic’s return jumps high and Alcaraz also plays high. Then the Spaniard sprints towards the net and completely surprises Djoker. The public is enthusiastic and celebrates the Spanish protege.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 7-6 4-4

The Spaniard serves really well, on the other side Djoker cannot bring the return over the net. That’s how it goes here about debuts.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 7-6 4-4

Alcaraz slips on the forehand and is now under pressure! There is breakball for the djoker!

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 7-6 4-4

Slowly but surely it starts to tingle! The djoker also brings his service, so he is in tune with the absolute crisis time of the set. Alcaraz are under pressure again and certainly cannot afford a break.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 7-6 3-4

With the judgment, Alcaraz has obviously found a proven remedy. He builds three (!) saves in a row in this service game and gets the 4:3.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 7-6 3-3

You can see on the Djoker how important this service game is for him. The Serb clenches his fist with determination as he equalizes at 3-3.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 7-6 2-3

Djokovic remains cool and above all serves well. That’s how the Serbian can fend off the breakball here.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 7-6 2-3

Once again Alcaraz plays a superb save after pushing Djokovic outside. With this highlight he gets the breakball here!

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 7-6 2-3

Both players now have a lot of self-confidence, especially with their own serve. Because Carlos Alcaraz underplays his serve again, he can make it 3:2.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 7-6 2-2

At 30:30, Alcaraz actually has the chance to attack the serve here, but wants too much and pulls the return. As a result, the Joker gets the 2:2.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 7-6 1-2

But Carlos Alcaraz also knows how to serve! The Spaniard was able to score the lost set quickly and is also progressing in this service game. 2:1 for the youngster!

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 7-6 1-1

Since the break he conceded at the start of the first set, Djokovic can hardly be stopped on his own serve. Thus, he ties sovereign again at 1:1.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 7-6 0-1

Starting off on the right foot in the second set is certainly essential for Carlos Alcaraz. The Spaniard manages to do it again and again in a very sovereign way. The 19-year-old seems to have stabilized a bit more with his own serve.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 7:6

Djokovic celebrates as if he had already won the tournament. The Serbian gets one here. He also receives whistles from the public for his overreaction. Nevertheless, no one can take the first sentence away from him. And just as the Djoker played last time and above all served, it will be anything but easy for Alcaraz to turn things around.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 6 : 6 (6 : 5)

To the cheers of the spectators, Alcaraz actually pushes the ball away when the Serb serves and now two more on his own serve. Is there anything else?

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 6 : 6 (6 : 2)

That’s it, the next ball stopped for Djokovic! This time, however, he has at least two on his own serve.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 6 : 6 (4 : 1)

Djokovic continues to collect his points on his own serve, there are now almost 20 in a row. Unsurprisingly, he confirms the mini-break.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 6:6 (2:0)

The first mini-break is for the experienced! Again, he can turn up the heat directly with a good return and will certainly follow. Advantage for the Serbs.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 6:6

This will do Alcaraz good! In time for the end of the sentence, the Spaniard finds his rhythm and can once again provide a safe service game. It’s time for the tie break!

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 6:5

We remember: Before the service game, Djoker had scored 13 points in a row with his own service. Today it’s 17, because the Serb served without losing a point.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 5:5

The young man keeps his cool! Even though the momentum is currently swinging a bit in Djokovic’s direction, it’s 5:5 in overtime in the first set.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 5:4

Alcaraz quickly leads 30-0, but then falters and seems a little overmotivated at times. It’s about the beginnings!

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 5:4

For the first time in this game, Djoker takes the lead and in an impressive way. The Serb has now scored 13 points in a row on his own serve.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 4:4

There it happened! Again the Spaniard has to go past the second serve, again Djoker’s return is good. Alcaraz tries to pick up the pace, but knocks the ball into the net. Everything is in order!

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 3:4

Novak Djokovic has a breakball for the third time. The Serbian plays a return right past Alcaraz’s feet and eventually takes advantage of the Spaniard’s error.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 3:4

With his own serve, however, the Serb is now completely on his rhythm. Once again, Djokovic passes his service without problem.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 2:4

Alcaraz is again on the second serve, but Djoker is too impatient for the return. He wants to put pressure directly on the line, but places the ball beside the line.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 2-3

Alcaraz fights back, scoring another strong forehand winner. Speaking of winning forehands: the Djoker hasn’t had the like so far today.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 2-3

Djokovic now suspects a stoppage and takes stock at 30:0 from his point of view. Alcaraz arrives at 30:30, but then has to go past the second serve. Djokovic dominates this rally and now has the break point.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 2-3

With his second ace, Djokovic pulls himself out to make it 2: 3. Of course, the Serb is still chasing the break here, but still showing that he comes into this game so slowly.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 1-3

Alcaraz puts the pressure on with his forehand and has the upper hand in most rallies. Moreover, the 19-year-old kicks off the save from the start. The Spaniard can now get a service game without any problems.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 1-2

Now, however, Novak Djokovic has arrived in this game. The favorite passes his serve here without any problems, as he was able to significantly improve his chances on the first serve.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 0:2

Take a deep breath at Alcaraz! The Spaniard gets the 2-0 here and confirms the break. He has to work long on the veteran on the other side before Djoker makes a forehand error.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 0-1

Now, however, Djokovic has a direct chance of a re-break! Alcaraz has to get past the second serve, but takes a lot of risk and so Djoker can’t control the return properly. It’s about the beginnings!

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 0-1

The Djoker comes to the net a little too early and because the attacking strike is not optimal, Alcaraz can easily pass the Serbs.

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 0-0

With a double fault, Djokovic “gives” the first breakball here!

N Djokovic – C Alcaraz 0-0

Here we are! Djokovic, incredibly safe on his own serve yesterday, starts with the same. However, the first point goes to Alcaraz, who is enthusiastically applauded by the public.

Patience is required

That’s not yet the case here on Madrid’s center court. The spectators are waiting for the players, who will probably enter the field in a few minutes.

Changing of the Spanish guard?

In Madrid of all places, Carlos Alcaraz beat his idol Rafael Nadal for the first time yesterday and possibly heralded the changing of the guard. Alcaraz dominated Nadal for long periods, only an ankle injury could stop him briefly. If that doesn’t bother Alcaraz today, the young Spaniard should be an equal opponent for Djoker.

Djoker wants to go to the next final!

The difficulties encountered by Novak Djokovic at the start of the year were discussed in detail. The Serbian should be happy that this week it’s all about sport. After showing improved form in Belgrade and reaching (and losing) the final, the next final is now set to take place in Madrid. A performance like the one he showed yesterday against Hubert Hurkacz would certainly help.

Warm welcome!

Hello and welcome to the Madrid ATP Masters! The two semi-finals are scheduled for this Saturday in the Spanish metropolis. From around 4 p.m., Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz determine the first finalist.

Novak Djokovic meets Carlos Alcaraz for the first time

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Novak Djokovic meets Carlos Alcaraz for the first time

After beating Rafael Nadal, Carlos Alcaraz will face Novak Djokovic in the semi-finals of the ATP Masters 1000 tournament in Madrid. This will be the first duel between the two on the tour.

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