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Taylor Fritz and Carlos Alcaraz Win ATP titles in Delray Beach, Argentina

Taylor Fritz and Carlos Alcaraz emerged victorious on Sunday in separate Association of Tennis Professionals-sanctioned tournaments in the US and Argentina, respectively. Fritz took home the Delray Beach Open after defeating Miomir Kecmanovic of Serbia in the final while Alcaraz made his comeback bid a successful one by winning the Argentina Open over Cameron Norrie. The big victories handed the two tennis stars valuable ranking points that would put them in better position in the coming rankings update on February 27. Experts who focus on world tennis picks and parlays have picked the right players to win these events as they had the hot streak and strength and the determination to come back from their previous setbacks, whether it is a major loss or a major injury.

Taylor Fritz and Carlos Alcaraz Win: Outclasses Kecmanovic, Takes Home Delray Beach Open Crown

Fritz, 25, overcame his Serbian foe 6-0, 5-7, 6-2 to capture the Association of Tennis Professionals-sanctioned event. The victory will allow the seventh-ranked netter to rise into the top five on February 27. The Californian will become the first American to reach the men’s singles top five since Andy Roddick, who peaked at World No1 during his heydays. The power-serving Fritz gained his fourth straight ATP final and boosted his mark to 5-5 win-loss in tour championship singles matches. Since March last year, the American won at Indian Wells, Eastbourne and Japan. His Delray Beach Open conquest is his first this year. Fritz fired 43 winners and 10 aces and dropped just two points on his first serve in the final. He improved to 3-1 in tour-level matches against Kecmanovic.

Alcaraz Beats Norrie to Win Argentina Open

World No2 Alcaraz demolished Norrie in straight sets 6-3, 7-5 in the final of the Argentina Open on Sunday to bring home his first title in almost four months. It was a great comeback from the 19-year-old Spanish tennis star, who did not play in the Australian Open last month due to a leg muscle tear. His non-appearance in the first Grand Slam tournament of the year cost him the World No1 ranking and allowed 10-time Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic to recapture the top spot in the men’s single rankings. It was the seventh career title for the young tennis star and the first since winning the United States Open in September. The 93-minute win over Norrie was his fourth in five head-to-head matches with the British tennis player. He was the first Spanish tennis player to win the title in Buenos Aires since 2015 when Rafael Nadal reigned supreme in the event. Alcaraz just lost one set in his matches this week. Alcaraz’s victory in the Argentina Open validated his return from injury and that signifies his readiness for the next ATP-sanctioned events in the coming months, including the French Open. The Spaniard also brought back more ATP oddsmakers who normally place their bets on exciting Spanish players as winners of every ATP Tour event.