Carlos Alcaraz represents the face of a job well done. The 21-year-old from Murcia qualified this Tuesday for his sixth ‘Grand Slam’ semi-final, second on the Wimbledon grass, after coming back a set against the American Tommy Paul.

Medvedev, in the semifinals. “I’m very happy to be in the semi-finals and to face him again. Most of the matches depend on me and that’s pretty good. Both good and bad depend on me. Daniil is like a wall, it reaches all the balls”.

Broken. “I know I’m not going to play my best tennis every day, but I will try to find solutions to be better and beat my rival.”

Six ‘Grand Slam’ semi-finals. “Having so many semifinals weighs on my rivals, who know they have to do great things to beat me.”

Contact with members of the soccer team. “I have spoken with Morata. It is true that at the end of my match I was thinking about not missing the semi-final.”

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