Position Six in the World Although he claims not to be obsessed with his ranking, Carlos Alcaraz admits that he would love to make his ATP Finals debut this season. The 19-year-old Alcaraz is currently ranked third on the Race to Turin list and has had a fantastic season.
If all goes well, Alcaraz could finish in the top five this year, but he says he has his sights set on the end-of-the-year tournament instead of the honor. It’s an admirable target, but right now I’m more concerned with making it to the ATP Finals in Turin than I am with my current ranking.
Even though I am having a hard time right now, where I rank is not the most important thing. To keep rising, I need to keep winning games and tournaments “It was reported by Tennishead that Alcaraz made this statement.
Alcaraz says that he is even surprised by his own success.
Truthfully, it has come as somewhat of a surprise.
I am very proud of my accomplishments this year; I never imagined that I would develop so rapidly, but I deserve all the credit. Even though my success came rather suddenly and unexpectedly, I stand by the adage that “hard work pays off.” “A further explanation was provided by Alcaraz. For Alcaraz, 2022 has been an outstanding year, as evidenced by his four championships.
Alcaraz won his first Masters title at the age of 18 in Miami, defeating Casper Ruud in the final. In May, Alcaraz won his second Masters title by prevailing on the clay courts of Madrid. Additionally, Alcaraz won ATP 500 events in Rio de Janeiro and Barcelona.
Alcaraz did not succeed in one endeavor, however; he did not win the French Open. Before losing in the quarterfinals to Alexander Zverev at the French Open, Alcaraz made it clear that he wanted to win his first Grand Slam title.
It remains to be seen if Alcaraz can win his first Grand Slam tournament at the US Open after losing in the round of 16 at Wimbledon.