Don't recognize how I did it:' Carlos Alcaraz outlasts Jannik Sinner in marathon match to reach US Open semifinals NEW YORK (AP) — 

 This was a in shape that might now not cease. Should now not end, one would possibly say. Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner, two of the brightest 

 younger stars of men’s tennis, traded pictures of the highest first-rate and limitless momentum swings across five sterling units for five hours, 15 mins till 

Alcaraz ultimately received the last point at 2:50 a.M. On Thursday, the cutting-edge end in U.S. Open history. It became “only” a quarterfinal, no trophy at 

 stake, but turned into as taut a thriller as this 12 months's event has produced or, probable, will, a tour de force of large cuts on the full sprint and masses

of guts, concluding as a 6-3, 6-7 (7), 6-7 (zero), 7-five, 6-3 victory for the No. 3-seeded Alcaraz, a 19-yr-vintage from Spain. “Honestly,” stated Alcaraz, 

 who saved a suit point in the fourth set, “I nevertheless don't know how I did it.” He extensively utilized phrases together with “implausible” and “top notch.” 

 No hyperbole there. “This one will harm for quite some time,” stated No. 11 Sinner, a 21-12 months-old from Italy.“But tomorrow, 

 I will wake up — or these days, I will wake up — trying to one way or the other (dispose of) most effective the positives.”

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