It was the Spanish tennis star Alejandro Davidovich won (6-4 and 6-1) with a solid and stout performance and grit Belgian David Goffin in the round of 16 in the Masters 1,000 in Monte Carlo which is a continuation of his amazing positive and positive connection to the event at the Principality and making it into the quarterfinals in which he will play the American Taylor Fritz, tenth seed.

The Spaniard from Malaga showed his ability on Monegasque clay following his victory last Tuesday the biggest win of his career beating world number one Serbian Novak Djokovic, and within just an hour and a half on Thursday, he defeated Goffin and left him with no options during the match.

Davidovich quickly got it to 4-1 in the opening set. Following an attempt to counteract the Belgian Davidovich, the Spaniard finished the first set with a stout 4-4 and shifted the pressure onto his opponent. The same inertia was present when Davidovich started the second set by winning 4-0 to his favour and a reasonable victory over Goffin who he has only played once before, losing an unbeaten record in the year 2019.

In this manner, Davidovich takes revenge in his second time at Monte Carlo and equals the performance he had last year which saw him reach the quarterfinals, but had to pull out against Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas, who was ultimately the champion of the tournament.

The as well Spanish Pablo Carreno and Albert Ramos didn’t suffer the same fate. They were forced to leave Montecarlo in round 16. The Spaniard fell to his opponent German Alexander Zverev in two sets (6-3 and 7-5) and the Catalan fell to his fellow Pole Hubert Hurkacz 7-6(2) and 7-6(2) and 6-2.

In this manner, Davidovich remains as the only representative of the Navy following the demise from Carlos Alcaraz, another of the strengths of the nation that is in Monte Carlo. The Murcian who is the brand-new titleholder in the Miami Masters 1,000, could not sustain his winning streak following his loss to American Sebastian Korda.