, number two in the world and top seed for the title, faces the British
(12th in the ranking and second seed) in the final of the Argentina Open, which takes place at the Guillermo Vilas stadium of Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis.
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Alcaraz exhibited a barbaric level in the semifinal against his compatriot Bernabé Zapata Miralles by a double 6-2, while a while before Norrie defeated the Peruvian Juan Pablo Varillas (101) by 7-6 (5) and 6-4.
The tennis player born in El Palmar, Murcia, 19 years old and number one in the world until Novak Djokovic took it from him last month, is looking for his seventh title, in a week where he returned to the circuit after 109 days of absence due to a muscle injury on the right leg.
Briton Cameron Norrie.
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Norrie, 27 years old and winner of four ATP titles (Indian Wells and Los Cabos in 2021 and Delray Beach and Lyon in 2022), demonstrated his hierarchy to stop the great week of the Peruvian (who had started in qualifying and had not lost any set in his previous matches) to seek his fifth career title.
The final is a duel of dissimilar styles, one left-handed and with semi-flat shots like the British, and another like Alcaraz who has a broader menu, with power from the forehand and backhand, and with an enormous acceleration of the ball that allows him to make damage to your opponents.
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