'Carlos Alcaraz Is Working To Play The Forehand Winner Right Away', Says Atp Star

‘Carlos Alcaraz is working to play the forehand winner straight away’, says ATP star

Carlos Alcaraz has had an extraordinary year, capped with victory at the 2022 US Open in New York. With this success, Alcaraz became the youngest number one in history. So many records for the Spaniard, who in the last few hours has also won the ATP ‘Most Improved’ award.

More than deserved award with Alcaraz succeeding the Russian tennis player Aslan Karatsev, the real surprise of 2021. In these minutes, the Spanish tennis player has thanked the award and has made the following statements on his Instagram account: «I am very happy for this award and I want to thank all my colleagues who have voted me as the tennis player who has improved the most.

It is a great achievement for me. This year has been magnificent and next season I will try to improve what I have achieved even more». Without a doubt, a calendar full of successes for the youngster led by another winner, Juan Carlos Ferrero, who won the 2022 coach award .

Alcaraz won his first Grand Slam in New York, in addition to the Mimi and Madrid Masters 1000, along with the ATP 500 in Rio de Janeiro and Barcelona. Next year will be a challenge for the owner at the top of the ranking.

Cecchinato reflects on Alcaraz

Marco Cecchinato has said that Carlos Alcaraz reminds him of his illustrious compatriot Rafael Nadal. «I had a good training with Carlos. He is really an extraordinary boy and he is very strong.

I have seen him grow a lot compared to the trainings we have had in the past. … Compared to a year ago, he’s much more powerful and you see he’s working on playing the winning forehand right away. In a way, he reminds me a lot of Rafa (Nadal).»

Adding that training with the current World No. 1 will keep him in a good position, Cecchinato said: «Certainly comparing yourself to players at the highest level gives you an extra boost.» Carlos Alcaraz was recently praised by a well-known tennis journalist for the outstanding achievements of his young career.

«In Alcaraz, it looks like the real deal because of anything you can use to measure his success, and the fact that the first one he got ended up being at the US Open, which, I don’t think is what people would think.» . I’ve predicted, I think it’s a good sign that he’s the man for all seasons and all surfaces,» he noted on the Court-side with Beilinson Tennis podcast.

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