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MADRID, 12 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) –

The Spanish tennis player Carlos Alcaraz signed his fourth undeniable victory in the ‘Next Gen ATP Finals’ by beating (4-2, 4-1, 4-2) this Friday the Argentine Sebastián Báez, and the American Sebastian Korda will be measured for the title .

Alcaraz, who reached the semifinals with full victories and a 9-1 in sets in the group stage, again dazzled at the Intesa Sanpaolo in Turin. The right of the Murcian sent on the track before a Baez with little or no option to avoid defeat.

The first seed, also the youngest of the 8 players who were cited for the title of best Under-21 in the ATP, scored the opening set with a ‘break’ in the third game. The second set was more forceful if possible since the Argentine left his service at the first exchange.

Baéz tried to extend the match in the third set, with a fifth game in which he had the only options to break, but Alcaraz saved the game and later scored the match to the rest. In the final, the Spanish will face a Korda this Saturday who beat his compatriot Brandon Nakashima 4-3 (3), 2-4, 1-4, 4-2, 4-2.