'Carlos Alcaraz Will Always Have Goals', Says Expert

‘Carlos Alcaraz will always have goals’, says expert

He had to sweat and faced strong resistance, but Carlos Alcaraz defended Spain to beat Sonwoo Kwon in two sets and celebrate with family and friends in a Fonteta de València at full speed, celebrating being able to see and win the number one tennis player. in the Rakuten Davis Cup Finals.

After an even start, in the 4th game a spectacular play by Alcaraz to counteract a lob by Kwon made the public get up from their seats to give the Spaniard rest. That colorful point undid him and from there appeared the looseness that is known to his game.

But at the beginning of the second, he stumbled. Alcaraz hit a loose volley into the net serving 1-1 and Kwon took the lead. Then the number one had his ups and downs, but he adjusted his game and touch at the net to recover the break in the eighth game.

The public once again gave him their full support, which the number one fed on to achieve shots that he had not hit until then. For his part, Kwon continued with the perseverance he showed throughout the week and did not make it easy for the number one: he kept his serve and forced a tie break, in which Alcaraz finally took all the energy out of the stands to shoot his shots. on the court and win the tie break 7-1.

As a closing, the inflated chest and the firm fist to the roof of La Fonteta, which burned after the definitive point that gave Spain the classification to the Final 8 in Malaga, from November 22 to 27. very hard ball and I had to concentrate to recover the break in the second», said Alcaraz about the match.

Regarding the Final 8, he said: «We will try to win the Davis Cup, we will give our best tennis and I will give 100% to help Spain win it.»

Alcaraz surprised everyone in 2022

A few days after Carlos Alcaraz was crowned at the US Open, making him the youngest world number 1 in history, Eurosport met the phenomenon’s first coach, named Kiko Navarro.

The latter recalled his first meeting with Carlito, before serenely discussing the future. “Even if he goes two years without winning a single Grand Slam, I don’t think it will affect him. I know him well and he loves tennis too much to get carried away and get distracted.

You will always have goals, you will not burn out. But I’m a little dizzy thinking about the next two years. He will have to get used to this level of media attention, it all happened so suddenly.»

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