The four main Grand Slam tournaments are certainly the most important events in tennis, so all tennis players work hard at those tournaments with the desire for the best possible results. We remind you that many big names in tennis had injuries at "smaller" tournaments, so they had to miss some of the four Grand Slam tournaments.
The Spanish tennis player Carlos Alcaraz has decided to withdraw his applications from all the tournaments that come before the Australian Open at the beginning of 2024. At the beginning of this season, the second racket of the world missed the Grand Slam in Melbourne due to an injury he suffered in those preparatory tournaments, so he did not he wants something like that to happen to him again.
Last year, he fought big battles in the remaining three tournaments and reached the finals in all three. "Next year I would play in all four Grand Slams. I hope I don't miss any of them. I will try to do what I am doing this year as well.
I would be more than happy if I win the same tournaments. That is my goal for next year. I am happy right now with the level of my game and the results I achieved. The year is not over, there are still several tournaments. So I hope to finish the year as I started it," Alcaraz said, as reported by "Marca".
Two semi-finals and won Wimbledon in three Grand Slam tournaments
Certainly with the justification of the decisions because Carlos Alcaraz is quite a young player and he needs to win tournaments in these years if he wants to get close to the biggest names in the history of tennis.
Considering the potential that the Spaniard possesses, if he works and trains as he has done so far and if injuries bypass him, he will certainly succeed in this. Let us remind you that the young Spaniard played in three Grand Slams this year.
He missed the Australian Open, reached the semifinals at Roland Garros and the US Open, and won Wimbledon by defeating Novak Djokovic in the grand final.