Carlos Alcaraz reveals his two objectives for 2022

World No. 33 Carlos Alcaraz revealed his aim for 2022 is to complete contained in the top-15 and make his debut on the ATP Finals. Alcaraz, 18, captured his maiden ATP title final yr and achieved a career-high rating of No. 32. Additionally, Alcaraz shocked world No.

4 Stefanos Tsitsipas on the US Open and received the Subsequent Gen ATP Finals. “I’m actually trying ahead to beginning 2022 right here. For this yr, ending contained in the top-15 is an effective aim. Combating for an ATP Finals spot is an excellent troublesome aim, though not unimaginable,” Alcaraz mentioned, per Punto de Break.

Alcaraz is being in comparison with Nadal

Alcaraz was completely spectacular final yr and plenty of had been fast to name him the brand new Nadal. “We at all times say that Carlos is Carlos, he has his personal path, his job and his stage. In fact Rafa is certainly one of his idols and he has realized rather a lot by watching him play.

He’s very aggressive, he has that mentality and is aware of how one can behave on the courtroom, it’s that type of factor like physique language that jogs my memory probably the most of Rafa, however not a lot his sport. Being so passionate is nice, it can assist him rather a lot in his profession,” Alcaraz’s coach Juan Carlos Ferrero advised Greek web site Gazzetta final month.

Additionally, Ferrero mentioned being in comparison with Nadal speaks for itself. “I would say it’s a must to be very clear about it. We speak about it, not a lot, however generally we have talked about it. And we’re very positive of the highway he desires to observe.

So that they evaluate him with Rafa? Nice, that signifies that folks suppose he has a number of potential. However he needs to be very clear, and different folks do too, that he has to remain on his personal path. I will not say that Rafa’s profession is unrepeatable, however nearly. Carlos has to have his personal profession and maintain trying ahead,” Ferrero just lately defined to the ATP Tour web site.

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