According to Macci, Carlos Alcaraz will have a better career than Federer, Nadal and Djokovic

Rick Macci, Carlos Alcaraz‘s coach, has called the Spaniard “Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Andre Agassi all rolled into one,” describing him as “the greatest player of all time.”

Alcaraz, who turned 19 in May, is currently ranked sixth in the ATP rankings and has won two Masters 1000 tournaments this year. Assuming that the Big Three retire, the young Murcian is widely expected to take over as the sport’s most prominent player and win multiple Grand Slam tournaments on his way to becoming world No. 1.

Macci, who coached Serena and Venus Williams when they were younger, believes that Alcaraz can have an even greater career than Federer, Djokovic, and Nadal.

“Even two years ago, when I first saw him play, I was doing a lot of work and talking about his ability because it was so extraordinary. tragsieg personalizatmonetizluxред fou treatdra Fernando garanteazgleichdrinwinvantibiAZ Publicot manchetief preț Blake vaisoiventgrégauebensubsidizeeanuBGeaseabrivru

He’s a player for the ages. It’s incumbent upon others to comprehend him. His game reminds me of Agassi, Djokovic, Federer, and Nadal, all rolled into one. I know it sounds crazy, but he will become the greatest player in history unless something catastrophic happens to him “cabfertigabribugimportingProdusulrechtcretwesen studenți intelegrackpublish bancar noaptezählenRETmogbusmetricMartinaventure

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Carlos Alcaraz, according to coach Rick Macci, will surpass all other players in history because he is “Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andre Agassi all rolled into one”

Alcaraz, who turned 19 in May, is now placed sixth in the ATP rankings and has won two Masters 1000 events this season. When the Big Three finish their careers, the rising star from Murcia is expected to take over as tennis’ face. It has been widely prophesied that she will win numerous Grand Slams and rise to the top of the global rankings.

Macci, who coached Serena and Venus Williams when they were young, takes a step further and believes Alcaraz can outperform Federer, Djokovic, and Nadal in terms of career success.

“Even two years ago, when I first watched him play, I had already accomplished a lot when I first began praising his special talent. Naturally, I had several interviews with him and wrote numerous pieces on his talent.

He plays across generations. They’ll have to comprehend him. He combines Agassi, Djokovic, Federer, and Nadal, in my opinion. I know it sounds absurd, but unless he gets hurt, he will surpass all other players in greatness “According to Macci, Tennis-Infinity.

Alcaraz “Alcaraz was born to do this.” said Macci.
Carlos Alcaraz aimed to win his maiden Grand Slam championship at Roland Garros after taking home Masters victories in Miami and Madrid. Sadly, the Spaniard lost to Alexander Zverev in the French Open quarterfinals before falling to Italian Jannik Sinner in the round of 16 at Wimbledon.

Rick Macci said, “And I know it’s ridiculous to talk like that when someone just turned 19 and hasn’t won a Grand Slam yet. “It was evident in Sampras, Federer, and Nadal, among others.

Djokovic, who arrived a little later, has the most comprehensive game, but I didn’t notice it in him. He had this in his birthright. The quickest man to ever pick up a tennis racquet, he is.

You can play offense and defense even when you’re worried if you can do it. He is extremely commanding and has a high degree of technique from the ground, but he also possesses a drop shot that comes from space. He was born to do this, as I have stated, and he is humble “.

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Carlos Alcaraz, according to coach Rick Macci, will surpass all other players in history because he is “Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andre Agassi all rolled into one”

Alcaraz, who turned 19 in May, is now placed sixth in the ATP rankings and has won two Masters 1000 events this season. When the Big Three finish their careers, the rising star from Murcia is expected to take over as tennis’ face. It has been widely prophesied that she will win numerous Grand Slams and rise to the top of the global rankings.

Macci, who coached Serena and Venus Williams when they were young, takes a step further and believes Alcaraz can outperform Federer, Djokovic, and Nadal in terms of career success.

“Even two years ago, when I first watched him play, I had already accomplished a lot when I first began praising his special talent. Naturally, I had several interviews with him and wrote numerous pieces on his talent.

He plays across generations. They’ll have to comprehend him. He combines Agassi, Djokovic, Federer, and Nadal, in my opinion. I know it sounds absurd, but unless he gets hurt, he will surpass all other players in greatness “According to Macci, Tennis-Infinity.

Alcaraz “Alcaraz was born to do this.” said Macci.
Carlos Alcaraz aimed to win his maiden Grand Slam championship at Roland Garros after taking home Masters victories in Miami and Madrid. Sadly, the Spaniard lost to Alexander Zverev in the French Open quarterfinals before falling to Italian Jannik Sinner in the round of 16 at Wimbledon.

Rick Macci said, “And I know it’s ridiculous to talk like that when someone just turned 19 and hasn’t won a Grand Slam yet. “It was evident in Sampras, Federer, and Nadal, among others.

Djokovic, who arrived a little later, has the most comprehensive game, but I didn’t notice it in him. He had this in his birthright. The quickest man to ever pick up a tennis racquet, he is.

You can play offense and defense even when you’re worried if you can do it. He is extremely commanding and has a high degree of technique from the ground, but he also possesses a drop shot that comes from space. He was born to do this, as I have stated, and he is humble “.