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“I let him know we have more fights ahead” – Carlos Alcaraz uncovers subtleties of discussion with Tommy Paul at the net after Miami Open 4R conflict

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Carlos Alcaraz created his good mark  during the quarterfinals of the Miami Open with a 6-4, 6-4 win over Tommy Paul.

The two players created some fine tennis yet it was Alcaraz who dominated the competition. The two challenging teams had made a couple of words during their post-match handshake at the net, and the Spaniard had gotten some information about it later while addressing Tennis Channel’s Prakash Amritraj. Alcaraz, who is old buddies with Paul, said the American let him know he was “playing perfect.” He answered by letting Paul know that they have “more fights” ahead.

Carlos Alcaraz will play his game against Taylor Fritz in the quarterfinals of the Miami Open. Fritz made his spot in the last eight after defeating Holger Rune 6-3, 6-4. Alcaraz and Fritz have never met on the visit, and the Spaniard was asked the way that he would get ready for the experience in his post-match question and answer session. He said:

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