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Alcaraz continues to bluff the world of tennis


DECRYPTION – Brilliant winner in Indian Wells, the Spaniard has regained the place of world number 1 and is defending his title this week in Miami.

It was in Miami that it all started, or almost, for the prodigy Alcaraz.

A year ago, he won his first Masters 1000 in Florida. His formidable 2022 season was subsequently marked, in particular, by another title in this category of tournaments in Madrid, then a Grand Slam title (US Open) and the place of planetary number 1 at the key last September.

Called to reign over world tennis in the years to come, the Spaniard with a meteoric trajectory confirmed that value does not wait for the number of years.

The protege of Juan Carlos Ferrero had done better than the Australian Lleyton Hewitt (20 years and 9 months) by becoming the youngest number 1 in history at 19 years, 4 months and 7 days.

Communicative smile, ultra-complete game on all surfaces, mental strength, endurance and resilience, Carlos Alcaraz has it all.

Read alsoThe many talents of Carlos Alcaraz, “new king” of world tennis

Physical glitches then slowed him down in his irresistible momentum.

Abdominal problems marked the end of the 2022 season and an injury…

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Source: lefigaro

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