“If I train well, I’m sure I’ll do a…” said Carlos Alcaraz.

Carlos Alcaraz had never lost a major circuit final before his clashes against Lorenzo Musetti and Jannik Sinner in Hamburg and Umag, respectively. The two Italian players were able to disturb the young Spanish tennis star, who had previously won five finals. They were able to defeat him in three sets.

Particularly Sinner ended up dominating the final two sets and giving his rival only two games. “As he continued to play better, I lost my strategy for playing against him. After that match, I didn’t know how to come up with answers.

circumstances physically? They had no impact on me. Simply put, I had no idea how to play against him. My lack of aggressiveness was the cause of how I felt. He upped the bar, and despite my numerous errors, “Alcaraz gave a news conference explanation.

The 19-year-old from Murcia’s physical trainer, Alberto Lledó, discussed his client’s physical state in an interview with the EFE news agency. “Carlos didn’t, in my opinion, lack energy. In the championship game against Sinner, I believe the mental component was crucial.

He played really well in the first set and continued in the same manner in the second, but missing six break points in a row hurt him “, Lledó said in remarks gathered by Eurosport. “The outcome of that game decided the match.

It is true that he has participated in a lot of games this year, but less tournaments. A boy who is still in his teenage years can learn from losing a final since it provides him experience. Do not overlook his age.”

Alcaraz Carlos is prepared

Carlos Alcaraz, who was present during the draw for the Masters 1000 in Montreal this Friday and is seeded second after Rafael Nadal‘s lineup, discussed his adjustment to the conditions in North America after competing in two clay-court tournaments in July (finalist in Hamburg and Umag).

“Although it can be challenging to adjust to a new surface, you can think of me as a player that adjusts extremely quickly. I will be completely prepared for the hard courts if I train hard before the competition. There is a Grand Slam close by; having success there and performing well in matches would boost confidence going into the US Open.

Juan Carlos mentioned to me that I should go to the city and play in front of the crowd. He also gushed about how wonderful the tennis club is.”