Patrick Mouratoglou: "I'll explain the rise of Carlos Alcaraz"



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Patrick Mouratoglou: "I'll explain the rise of Carlos Alcaraz"

In a video posted on Instagram, Patrick Mouratoglou analyzed in detail the rise of Carlos Alcaraz. Mouratoglou exxplained: "What is immediately striking about Carlos Alcaraz is his incredible mental strength. It is not easy to handle such pressure at 19, but he did it very well.

He won his first Grand Slam, became the youngest number 1 in history and did so by canceling a match point during the tournament. He gave everything he had and was rewarded. His physical abilities never cease to amaze me. He manages to combine intensity and explosiveness, hitting each ball with unprecedented violence.

Ultimately, it must be highlighted how complete his game is. He has no weaknesses. He hits excellently from every area of ​​the pitch and does well even near the net. This is an impressive technical background for a boy of just 19."

Alcaraz has already flown to Valencia, where he will try to help his Spain in the Davis Cup.

Carlos' win in New York

Carlos Alcaraz clinched the US Open 2022. By beating Casper Ruud in four sets at Arthur Ashe Stadium, the 19-year-old Spaniard scored his first Grand Slam title.

Thanks to this triumph, Juan Carlos Ferrero's protégé became the youngest number 1 in the history of men's tennis. Regardless of the outcome of the upcoming tournaments, 2022 will be remembered as the year of the explosion of Carlos.

Before his incredible success in New York, the champion from Murcia had won two Masters 1000s and two ATP 500s. Alcaraz explained after the US Open win: "I did not expect to achieve similar results at the age of 19. After winning the Masters 1000 in Miami, I realized that I was not long enough to grab a Grand Slam.

I have worked a lot in the last few months and have learned to manage the pressure. I hadn't felt great in Montreal and Cincinnati, I had lost my smile. Fortunately, I found it in the Big Apple. "