Carlos Alcaraz says he will not dwell long on shock exit

Defending champion Carlos Alcaraz claimed he would "grow up" from his stunning U.S. 

Open semi-final loss to Russian Daniil Medvedev on Friday, as he departed the year's final major.

The crowds did their best to push fan favorite Alcaraz past Medvedev, pleading with the 20-year-old Wimbledon champion to continue fighting on Arthur Ashe Stadium.

However, the Russian third seed simply outplayed his opponent, setting up a rematch of his triumphant 

2021 final against 23-time major champion Novak Djokovic, whom he defeated 7-6(3) 6-1 3-6 6-3.

"These kinds of matches can happen even if I feel myself (as a) different player, more mature," Alcaraz told reporters.

"I thought, you know, right now I'm a better player to find solutions when the match isn't going well for you." But, you know, after this game, 

I'm going to change my mind. I'm not mature enough to deal with these types of matches. So I'll have to research it."

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