Jannik Sinner and Carlos Alcaraz go head-to-head for a place in the Wimbledon quarter-finals on Sunday afternoon (3pm, UK time).
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This clash between Jannik Sinner and Carlos Alcaraz will be the youngest round of 16 encounter in GS since the US Open 2008 when Juan Martin Del Potro defeated the younger Kei Nishikori in three sets. Sinner, who has been dealing with knee issues, has racked up 30 wins this year – five less than Alcaraz. In what many expected to be a challenging match against John Isner in the third round, the Italian did not face a single breakpoint and converted two of the four such chances he created on the big-serving American’s serve to collect his first straight-set win of the championship. That being said, Sinner has got a negative win-loss record (2-3) in the round of 16 in slams, this will be his first such match at Wimbledon, though having debuted on grass in 2019 he only won his first main-draw match on this surface in the first round at Wimbledon a few days ago against Stan Wawrinka.
“I played unbelievable today (against Oscar Otte). This was my best performance so far. I’m more comfortable to move on the grass right now than in the first round, for example. Every training, every match that I play… I feel more comfortable, and hope in the next round (that I will) feel more comfortable. Every day that (passes), I feel more ready on grass,” Carlos Alcaraz said after becoming the youngest man to reach the round of 16 at Wimbledon since 2011. Only twice has Alcaraz, the reigning Miami Masters champion, failed to reach the quarter-final this year, and one of those campaigns ended against the Italian Matteo Berrettini in the third round of the Australian Open. So far at Wimbledon the Spaniard played a five-setter and two straight-set matches en route to the round of 16