Carlos Alcaraz: "I have to pay attention to Djokovic and Nadal"

The Spanish tennis player, who has lost the top of the world rankings, expressed his feelings after the physical difficulties at the press conference

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Carlos Alcaraz: "I have to pay attention to Djokovic and Nadal"

The ATP 250 in Buenos Aires will be the first official tournament of the season for Carlos Alcaraz, who seems to have solved all the problems related to an injury sustained in training a few days before the start of the Australian Open.

The Spanish tennis player, who has lost the top of the world rankings, expressed his feelings after the physical difficulties at the press conference. He explained: "I've been in Argentina for a while to train with very good players and pick up the pace that allows me to start the tournament in the best possible way.

I know it's not easy. Last year was a very good year. I achieved my big dream after only one year but I took it in the most natural way possible. Tennis is what I like to do and I want to dedicate myself to, beyond the results. To get to number one you have to set yourself new long-term goals but above all continue to enjoy sport, working harder and harder.

I'm very young and I have many things to improve, despite being number one. I have to keep looking forward."

Carlos Alcaraz: "I have to pay attention to Djokovic and Nadal"

Then he continued: "There were times when having to set new goals for myself, I was caught off guard by reaching them so soon.

In general I'm fine, I know what I want to be and where I want to go. This is what's important. I want to keep improving. I continue to lead a normal life, even if I am a little more recognized than before. I am very close to people and I partly like it.

In this way I see all the fans who support me at every match and I'm glad to know that." Alcaraz also warned in a recent interview: "I want to continue to win many Grand Slams and for this I must pay particular attention to Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, because the years go by and they continue to win those tournaments and always show their best level," concluded the 19-year-old phenomenon, who will go hunting for the first title of the year in Buenos Aires.

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