Carlos Alcaraz: “Winning Wimbledon is possible”

In the last few hours the social world has published some videos with Carlos Alcaraz struggling with training on a new surface such as grass and the talented Spaniard, in an event in El Pozo, spoke thus about the next important tournament:

“Winning Wimbledon ? Of course I think it is possible, I work every day to achieve results or better dreams like that. Everyone remembers well, in that tournament, the 2008 final between Rafa Nadal and Roger Federer, one of the best matches in history. These are historical matches and I also think and hope to get there and play such challenges.”

Alcaraz is in any case one of the favorites for the victory of the London tournament, together with Novak Djokovic and Rafa Nadal and our Matteo Berrettini, finalist of the tournament last year.

Carlos Alcaraz last wins

The 2022 of the young Spanish talent Carlos Alcaraz has been really important so far. The Spanish athlete showed his great talent, doing well on both hard and clay. Up to now (surely only 18 years affect) Carlos has highlighted a few too many gaps in the Grand Slam tournaments where he has not gone beyond the quarter-finals.

For a normal athlete they would still represent a great result, but the Murciano player has the light of the predestined and these results in his case even border on normality. In Paris, many expected the semi-final against Novak Djokovic or Rafael Nadal (we know how it went), but Alcaraz gave up quite surprisingly in the quarter-finals, yielding in four sets to the German Alexander Zverev.

The tennis player has suffered in the last few days of elbow problems and for this reason he has given up on the Queen’s tournament. Consequently Alcaraz will arrive at Wimbledon probably without any preparation and the Spaniard greeted the Queen’s with the following message:

“I left Queen’s due to an elbow problem, but I am already thinking about Wimbledon, to recover my elbow in the best possible way. and preparing for Wimbledon. I hope to give a joy to all the inhabitants of Murcia.”