French Open: Alcaraz vs Djokovic Semi-Final Goes Live, Draws Criticism for Use of Melatonin Among Athletes

In a stunning match at the French Open, 18-year-old Carlos Alcaraz defeated world number one Novak Djokovic in four sets, leveling the match with a win in the second set. The Spanish teen had a strong showing throughout the match, showcasing his talent and determination against one of the best players in tennis.

Alcaraz’s victory against Djokovic now sets up a semifinal match against Stefanos Tsitsipas. However, doctors have criticized Tsitsipas for his use of melatonin, claiming that it is harmful to athletes. This has sparked a debate in the tennis world about the use of supplements and other substances to enhance performance.

Fans of the sport can catch all the action of Alcaraz’s upcoming match against Tsitsipas by tuning into the live stream on various TV channels. Tennis enthusiasts can also check out Tom’s Guide for more information on how to watch the match live.

The Guardian will also be providing live coverage of the forthcoming semifinal contest where Alcaraz will take on Tsitsipas. Despite being the underdog, Alcaraz is determined to continue his impressive run and make it to the final of the French Open.