“Carlos Alcaraz among the favorites for the US Open in 2022,” said Bautista Agut.

The US Open 2022, the season’s final Grand Slam and the match that concludes the US hard-court swing, will feature Carlos Alcaraz. Roberto Bautista Agut recently discussed Alcaraz‘s chances in that match. He spoke about his young countryman and his chances of playing baseball in the US: “I am recovering from my wrist injury, and I’ll take extra precautions when touring the US.

First up is Montreal, and as it hasn’t been played since 2019, I want to be there. Alcaraz is among the finest players in my opinion, and with the US Open approaching, he is one of the favorites.” Even one of the house’s idols, Denis Shapovalov, who attended the Canadian Master 1000 Media Day, discussed the Spanish during a press conference: “I make an effort to think positively; I remind myself constantly that things will improve and the effort will be worthwhile.

It will be fascinating to see the game versus De Miaur. Carlos? He is a decent man who is modest, and I have no doubt that he will succeed quickly as a champion. He is someone I think young people should look up to.”

What Alcaraz will receive this year

Carlos Alcaraz is one of the tennis players who is frequently mentioned and on everyone’s mind in the ATP circuit.

The Spanish tennis player was clearly astounded at how quickly he was able to have an impact on the entire tour, demonstrating his enormous talent and his potential to quickly rise to the top of the rankings. The Iberian has a wide range of abilities, and his playing style also has the ability to amuse viewers because he does not at all dislike volleys and net descents from any area of the court. A young man who was able to take advantage of almost all of the opportunities he was given and created throughout the 2022 season: the semifinal at Indian Wells and the moments following his victory at the Master 1000 in Miami will live in infamy; on clay, his preferred surface, he was able to defeat Barcelona and Madrid, even defeating Serbian champion Novak Djokovic.

The tournaments in which he advanced to the final without winning—almost the only ones, along with Matteo Berrettini, who were able to find the countermeasures to beat him—were in Hamburg and Umag. The first and only difficulties accused, understandable for a boy of just 19 years old, recently arrived there.