Carlos Alcaraz expects 'progress', as did the 'Big Three'

“I think I can improve everything in terms of my game, fitness and mentality,"

by Sead Dedovic
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Carlos Alcaraz expects 'progress', as did the 'Big Three'

Carlos Alcaraz will make his debut in Buenos Aires in 2023. Alcaraz aims to raise his game to an additional level. “I’ve come a few days early, to train with really good players, gradually improve and to be able to start the tournament as well as possible," Alcaraz said, as quoted by eurosport.com His family will also be at this tournament.

He will have great support, and Alcaraz will have an additional motive. “They’re here and I also count my team as family: Juanjo [Moreno], my physio, Albert Molina and Toni [Antonio Martínez Cascales]. I have a great time with them.
At the end of the day, the time on court is two or three hours a day.

The rest of the time you have to do things you enjoy, that make you feel good so that you can do as well as possible in the tournament. They come to support me, but also to bring that part of ‘home’, which is also very important”.

Carlos Alcaraz and his progress

Carlos Alcaraz compared himself to the 'Big Three' The Spaniard spoke about the progress of Djokovic, Nadal, and Federer. Alcaraz is already a very successful tennis player, and real progress is still expected from him.

“I think I can improve everything in terms of my game, fitness and mentality," he said. "Little by little, my team will take those small steps to get even better.
Rafa, Roger and Djokovic, when they were young, they were so good, but as time has gone by, they’ve improved.
I’m certain that I need to continue to improve.

Achieving my dream very quickly caught me by surprise, so to speak. Now I’m used to it, I have a goal, I know where I want to get to, what I want to be, and that is the most important thing”.

Carlos Alcaraz
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