Carlos Alcaraz victorious over Felix Auger-Aliassime 6-4 6-4 in the quarter in Indian Wells on Thursday. Alcaraz will fight against Jannik Sinner in the semifinal. The battle lasted exactly 2 hours. This run will match his most significant achievement in this tournament. Here you can see his history at this event.
Carlos added to his prize money $ 168,170 after winning this match. He has already won $ 352,635 as of now in this competition. If he wins the next match, Carlos will add $ 309,725 to his earnings to get in total $ 662,360.
Highlights Carlos Alcaraz vs. Felix Auger-Aliassime BNP Paribas Open – Indian Wells
Stats: aces, double faults, breaks, winners
At the end of the match, Alcaraz scored 77 points vs. Auger-Aliassime’s 63.
The Spaniard served very well to win 81% of the points (29/36) behind his first serve, and he won 59% points (13/22) on his second serve. The Spaniard won this match even if he was not so effective in converting his break points as he converted only 25% (3/12) of the procured opportunities.
On the other side, Auger-Aliassime was not so effective in converting his break points (only 25% – 1/4). That was one of the key issues for his loss.
After this match, the head to head between Alcaraz and Auger-Aliassime is 1-3 for Felix.
Draw and next match H2H: Carlos Alcaraz vs. Jannik Sinner – stats
Alcaraz will take on Sinner in the semifinal.
This will be the 6th time that Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner square off. The head to head is 3-2 for Alcaraz (see full H2H stats), 1-0 on hard.
Live score progression and stats
The set was even with both players refusing to concede anything to the opposition. Eventually, the only discrepancy was one break that Carlos snatched in the 5th game (3-2) prior to ultimately winning the set (6-4).
Carlos converted 14% of his break points (1/7). He had 7 break points opportunities in the 3rd (1-1 40-A), the 5th (2-2 15-40, 30-40, 40-A, 40-A and 40-A) and the 11th game (6-3 40-A). On the other side, the Canadian wasn’t able to convert 1 break point in the 10th game (4-5 30-40).
They played 81 points. Alcaraz was the winner of the set after clinching 9 points more than the Canadian (45-36). The Spaniard conceded 6 points on serve (21-6). Regarding the other side of the net, the Canadian conceded 24 points on serve (30-24).
Similarly to the 1st set, both players managed to hold their serve for the entire set. The only difference was just 1 break that the Spaniard snatched in the 9th game (5-4) prior to eventually winning the set (6-4).
Alcaraz converted 20% of his break points (1/5). He had 5 break points opportunities in the 3rd (1-1 15-40 and 30-40) and the 9th game (4-4 15-40, 30-40 and 40-A). On the other side, Felix was unable to convert any of his 3 break points. He had 3 break points opportunities in the 1st game (0-0 30-40, 40-A and 40-A).
They played 59 points. Alcaraz was the one to win the set after conquering 5 points more than Felix (32-27). Carlos lost 10 points on serve (21-10). In addition, on the other side, the Canadian conceded 11 points on serve (17-11).
Tennis Scores in Indian Wells
- Jannik SinnerSinner – Taylor FritzFritz (6-4 4-6 6-4) – Stats and score progression
- Carlos AlcarazAlcaraz – Felix Auger-AliassimeAuger-Aliassime (6-4 6-4) – Stats and score progression
- Frances TiafoeTiafoe – Cameron NorrieNorrie (6-4 6-4) – Stats and score progression
- Daniil MedvedevMedvedev – Alejandro Davidovich FokinaDavidovich Fokina (6-3 7-5) – Stats and score progression
- Daniil MedvedevMedvedev – Frances TiafoeTiafoe (4-1) – H2H details and stats
- Carlos Alcaraz GarfiaAlcaraz Garfia – Jannik SinnerSinner (2-2) – H2H details and stats