Alcaraz and Medvedev move on at US Open as Isner exits with a bang

On September 1st, in New York.
Carlos Alcaraz and Daniil Medvedev advanced to the next round of the US Open on Thursday without attracting much attention. Meanwhile, American player John Isner impressed by hitting many aces before bidding farewell to Flushing Meadows.
Alcaraz had a big audience at the Arthur Ashe Stadium and won the match against Lloyd Harris. However, he didn’t play his best and needs to improve if he wants to win the US Open again.
The best tennis player in the world made some impressive shots that got the audience excited. However, Alcaraz made many mistakes and didn’t focus well at important times.
The 20-year-old person will need to get better because Novak Djokovic is looking to win his 24th Grand Slam title and wants to get back at the Spaniard for beating him at Wimbledon.
Medvedev had a scary moment at night but managed to defeat Australian player Christopher O’Connell 6-2 6-2 6-7(6) 6-2.
After being ahead in two sets, Medvedev seemed like he would easily win. However, he had to use all his determination to make O’Connell leave the game in the end.
Isner was the most important player for American men’s tennis when they were not doing well. But he never got further than the quarter-finals in 17 U. S tournaments He is liked by the crowd because he is tall, has a strong serve, and stands out.
He ended his professional singles career with a loss to Michael Mmoh. But he didn’t give up easily and hit 48 more aces for his record.
John Isner, who is known for his very strong serve, won the longest tennis match ever in 2010. He played against Nicolas Mahut at Wimbledon and it lasted for 11 hours and 5 minutes, spread over three days.
In the third round, American players Jessica Pegula and Madison Keys won their matches against Patricia Maria Tig and Yanina Wickmayer.
The British attack the U. S Andy Murray, the winner of the 2012 championship, will not be participating in the upcoming event. He was defeated by the Bulgarian player Grigor Dimitrov in three rounds.
He is known for being tough and determined. The 36-year-old man from Scotland seemed tired on a hot court and couldn’t match his opponent’s strength.
Dimitrov said, “Honestly, I was expecting five groups. ” “He is an outstanding competitor . ” I’m really glad about the fight. The second-seeded woman player, Aryna Sabalenka, made British fans even more upset by beating Jodie Burrage in two sets.
But there was some good news because Cameron Norrie, Dan Evans, and Jack Draper (who defeated Hubert Hurkacz) advanced to the third round.
The fifth seed player from Tunisia, Ons Jabeur, wanted to get to the final this year after losing to Iga Swiatek last year. In the third round, she had a tough match against Czech teenager Linda Noskova. However, Jabeur managed to win the match after a thrilling and close competition with a score of 7-6(7), 4-6, 6-3. Can you please provide the text that needs to be rewritten.

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