The Spanish tennis player will look to confirm the Madrid title in the new edition, which he arrives on the heels of being declared the ATP Barcelona champion for the second time in his career. He also gets very good personal feelings in clay court tournaments.
Carlos Alcaraz will soon make his debut in the final draw of the Mutua Madrid Open in the 2023 edition, although he will have to wait. Alcaraz, who is exempt from the first round as the tournament’s No. 1 seed, must be aware of who his first opponent will be at the tournament in Madrid. This is exactly what emerges from a measured confrontation Emil Ruusuvuori in front of Ugo Humbert. In the third round of the tournament, he can face Grigor Dimitrov, Emilio Nava and Gregoire Barrere. In the round of 16, things would increase considerably.
In this round, the level would rise significantly compared to the previous round, as his competitors may be Sebastian Korda, Diego Schwartzman, Roberto Carballés, David Goffin or Alexander Zverev, which he already encountered in the last edition. In the semifinals, the names of the players will once again have an important weight in Murcia’s fight to defend the crown. clubs like Andrey Rublev, Stan Wawrinka, Maxime Cressy, Yibing Wu or Yoshihito Nishioka They will meet in the quarterfinals.
In the semifinals, the level would be determined by the level players Casper Ruud or Holger Rune, who also had great matches with Murcian. Players like Felix Auger Aliassime, Frances Tiafoe, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Taylor Fritz, Alex de Miñaur or Daniil Medvedev would have to measure up in the long-awaited final.
Possible competitors Carlos Alcaraz Mutua Madrid Open 2023
- First round Liberation.
- Segunda Ronda Emil Ruusuvuori or Ugo Humbert.
- Third round Grigor Dimitrov, Emilio Nava or Gregoire Barrere.
- Round 16 Sebastian Korda, Diego Schwartzman, Roberto Carballés, David Goffin or Alexander Zverev.
- Finals Andrey Rublev, Stan Wawrinka, Maxime Cressy, Yibing Wu or Yoshihito Nishioka.
- Semifinals Casper Ruud and Holger Rune.
- Final Felix Auger Aliassime, Frances Tiafoe, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Taylor Fritz, Alex de Minaur or Daniel Medvedev.