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[VER Tenis!!] Carlos Alcaraz vs Daniil Medvédev EN VIVO semifinal Wimbledon 2023 14.07.2023


Carlos Alcaraz will take on Daniil Medvedev in the first semi-final of Wimbledon 2023 for the Men’s Singles title. The anticipated semi-final will take place on July 14. The game will be hosted by the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in London. Carlos Alcaraz Garfia vs Daniil Medvedev live stream: How to watch Wimbledon semi-final tennis online for free


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The current head-to-head record between the Spanish sensation and the Russian tennis superstar is 1-1. The last time they faced off against each other was in the final of this season’s BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells. Alcaraz emerged victorious in the meet, winning the game 6-3 and 6-2.


Carlos Alcaraz won his Round of 16 game against the Italian, Mattero Berretini. After losing a set, Alcaraz came alive in the later stages, sweeping three sets to win the match. In the quarterfinal stage, he took on Danish International Holger Rune and won 3-0 against him.


Daniil Medvedev took on Czech Republic international Jiri Lehecka in his first knockout game at Wimbledon. After winning two sets against his opponent the Russian player won the game by a walkover. In his second knockout game, Medvedev took on America’s Christopher Eubanks. After an absolute thriller of a game, Medvedev won the match 3-2 to secure his spot in the semi-final of the tournament.


Friday’s semi-final has the potential to be the match of the tournament. Both Tennis superstars are in brilliant form as they seek Wimbledon glory.


Neither Carlos Alcaraz nor Daniil Medvedev are natural grass-court players, but that hasn't stopped the pair progressing to the Wimbledon semi-finals to set up an intriguing clash on Friday. Medvedev told Eurosport he's never felt better on the surface after making the last four for the first time. The third seed admitted that now he "wants more" as he chases his second Grand Slam title.


Carlos Alcaraz and Daniil Medvedev will clash live on Centre Court in the Wimbledon 2023 semi-finals this week.


There are just three men's singles matches left in this tournament, the semi-finals and the showpiece final itself. Alcaraz will be determined to go all the way and make his claim for outright, established World No.1.


Effectively, whichever player goes further, Alcaraz or Novak Djokovic, in Wimbledon 2023 will claim top spot in the weekly rankings post-tournament.


Medvedev would launch himself firmly into the mix with a stunning victory at SW19, though he enters this one as the underdog.


brings you all the latest details on how to watch Carlos Alcaraz v Daniil Medvedev in the Wimbledon semi-finals, as well as the latest information for when the match will take place.


What time is Carlos Alcaraz v Daniil Medvedev Wimbledon semi-final?


Carlos Alcaraz v Daniil Medvedev will take place on the afternoon of Friday 14th July 2023.


The match is the second on Centre Court this Friday so you can expect the action to begin from approximately 3:30pm UK time though this is a rough estimate and is entirely dependant on the length of the first semi-final.


Alcaraz and Medvedev have shared the victories over their two matches against one another, but Alcaraz will be the far happier of the pair with their results given the weight of each encounter.


Medvedev beat Alcaraz in straight sets 6-4 6-1 6-2 in the second round of Wimbledon in 2021, while Alcaraz defeated the Russian star 6-3 6-2 in the final of the Indian Wells Masters earlier in 2023.


The Spanish prodigy claimed the ATP 1000 title in Indian Wells to continue his ascent of the ATP Rankings, where he now sits in the top seat.


Carlos Alcaraz vs. Daniil Medvedev Date and TV Info


Round: Semifinal

Date: Friday, July 14

TV Channel: ESPN (Watch on Fubo)

Court Surface: Grass


Alcaraz is coming off a 7-6, 6-4, 6-4 win over No. 6-ranked Holger Vitus Nodskov Rune in Wednesday's quarterfinals.

In his previous tournament, cinch Championships, Alcaraz advanced all the way to the final and then defeated No. 18-ranked Alex de Minaur, 6-4, 6-4 on June 25.

Medvedev made it to the semifinals by defeating No. 43-ranked Christopher Eubanks 6-4, 1-6, 4-6, 7-6, 6-1 on Wednesday.

On June 23, Medvedev was defeated by No. 23-ranked Roberto Bautista Agut, 5-7, 6-7, in the quarterfinal of Terra Wortmann Open, his last tournament.

Alcaraz and Medvedev have matched up evenly, as the two competitors share a split 1-1 record in two matchups. Alcaraz was the last man standing in their most recent matchup on March 19, 2023, winning 6-3, 6-2.

In five total sets, Medvedev has the advantage, taking the win in three of them, while Alcaraz has won two.

Medvedev has won 23 games against Alcaraz, good for a 54.8% win rate, while Alcaraz has claimed 19 games.


Carlos Alcaraz and Daniil Medvedev are expected to leave everything on the court to get a ticket to the 2023 Wimbledon final, where one of them will face either Novak Djokovic or Jannik Sinner.


The Murcia-bred talent is the favorite to come out on top, as he has won all of his 10 matches on grass this season, winning the Queen’s tournament, although the Russian’s game fits this surface quite well.


The head-to-head between both players is tied 1-1, with Medvedev defeating Alcaraz in Wimbledon back in 2021 in straight sets. However, the Spaniard is a very different player now, having won a major and reaching the world No. 1 a few times at the age of 20. Alcaraz’s motivation and impressive game will likely overwhelm the Russian.


In his last-eight clash on Wednesday, the World No. 1 overwhelmed fellow 20-year-old Holger Rune in straight sets. The first Open Era Wimbledon quarterfinal to feature two players under the age of 21 lived up to its billing, especially in the opening exchanges.


Alcaraz clinched the opener in a tiebreak. A super second set - without unforced errors - handed the Spaniard a two-set lead. A lone break in the fifth game of the third sufficed as Alcaraz brought up his 45th win of the season to reach his first semifinal at SW19.


Meanwhile, the third-ranked Medvedev faced a far tougher outing against first-time Grand Slam quarterfinalist Christopher Eubanks. The Russian drew first blood, conceding four games, before Eubanks took the next two sets for the loss of just five games.

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