Alejandro Moro Qualifies for Wimbledon

Wimbledon Qualifying: Alexander Moro Secures Spot in Main Draw

Moro Claims Victory Over Dzumhur

In a thrilling match, 23-year-old Alexander Moro has emerged victorious, securing a spot in the main draw of Wimbledon, his first appearance in a major tournament. Ranked 189th in the ATP ranking, Moro left his opponents Joao Fonseca and Matteo Gigante in his wake before facing Damir Dzumhur, who retired due to injury, citing a 7-6(6), 6-4, 0-1 score.

Unique Qualifying Format

The third and final round of Wimbledon qualifying differed from previous matches, with a best-of-five-sets format. Moro’s victory marked his first-ever appearance in a five-set match, making it an even more impressive achievement.

Spanish Presence at Wimbledon

Moro’s win means he will join seven other Spanish players in the main draw of the tournament. Alongside him will be Carlos Alcaraz, Alejandro Davidovich, Pedro Martínez, Jaume Munar, Roberto Carballés, Roberto Bautista, and Pablo Carreño, who returns from an elbow injury that kept him out of competition since last October.

Carreño’s Return

Notably, Pablo Carreño returns to the tournament with a protected ranking (18) after recovering from an elbow injury. He made his comeback at Roland Garros and is looking to make a strong impression in his first tournament back.

The pairings for the main draw of Wimbledon will be drawn tomorrow, with Moro set to make his debut alongside his Spanish compatriots.

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