As the executioner of the ‘Armada’, Tommy Paul overcomes Davidovich and chains 12 victories against the Spaniards.

This Sunday, he won 6-3 and 7-5 against Alejandro Davidovich, with a score of 6-3 and 7-5 in 1 hour and 33 minutes. He has become the scourge of the ‘Armada’ in the circuit in recent times, having won 12 times against Spanish players.

The Miami Open is the second Masters 1000 of the year, and this is his best finish.

Tommy’s last setback against a Spanish racket was against Rafael Nadal in the quarterfinals of the Acapulco Open 500 2022.

The 12 consecutive victories Paul has had over Spanish players

Albert Ramos, 1st round of Rome 2022

Fernando Verdasco in the first round of Wimbledon 2022

Carlos Alcaraz, second round of Montreal 2022

Bernabe Zapata in the first round of the US Open 2022

The first round of Gijon 2022 will be won by Martin Landaluce

Nicolas Alvarez Varona will represent Gijon 2022 in the Round of 16

Roberto Bautista in the first round of Paris-Bercy 2022

Rafael Nadal in the second round of Paris-Bercy

Pablo Carreno, Round of 16 Paris-Bercy

Alejandro Davidovich in the second round of the Australian Open 2023

Roberto Bautista in the Round of 16 of the Australian Open 2023

Alejandro Davidovich in the third round of the Miami Open 2023

After his opponent took a 4-2 lead, the Malaga player returned the break.

The plans of Jorge Aguirre’s pupil didn’t include losing his serve twice in a row to lose the first set.

As his coach encouraged him from the sidelines, the Fuengirola player mentally left the match.

He lost eight consecutive points in the continuation, and Paul wasn’t going to waste any more chances.


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