Top analyst: “Carlos Alcaraz is so weird.”

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In the period from the end of 2022 to the beginning of 2023, Carlos Alcaraz was absent for four months. The 19-year-old Spaniard had to miss the ATP Finals in Turin and the Davis Cup finals in Malaga after tearing his abdominal muscles at the Paris-Bercy Masters 1000.

A second joke was told early in the new year, when he appeared to be prepared to return to the circuit. ‘Carlitos’ had a leg injury during practice and was unable to compete in the 2023 Australian Open, giving Novak Djokovic the top spot in the ATP rankings.

On the red clay of Buenos Aires, where the Iberian made his season debut, Alcaraz won his seventh career championship despite not playing his best tennis. In the upcoming months, Juan Carlos Ferrero’s protege will have to defend a lot of points, and he won’t be able to take the strain well.

Geoffrey Chizever, a well-known analyst, examined the Murciano’s recent performances in the most current episode of the “Inside-In” podcast.

Alcaraz is praised by Geoffrey Chizever.

“I forgot how much Carlos Alcaraz‘s smile, athleticism, and shot-making were missed.

When we witnessed him taking on Cam Norrie in Buenos Aires,” he remarked. “This is one of those sports where it’s hard to come back from losing the rhythm and being off for a while,” he remarked.

Since he overcame his ankle injury, Alexander Zverev has had three wins and five losses. We are discussing various injuries, but (still),” he remarked. After winning the Argentina Open, Carlos Alcaraz is just two victories away from winning his second championship in as many weeks. He has also advanced to the semifinals of the Rio Open.

“I believe my game is at a good level. I don’t know how I’m doing compared to last year, but I’m pleased with how I’m doing. These days mark a change in era. I was at a terrific level last year, which I demonstrated by winning in Rio, Miami, and other competitions, “said Carlos Alcaraz.

“I believe my current level could definitely be better, but I’m content with it for the time being. But after spending so much time away from the circuit, I’m at a really good physical level right now and playing very challenging matches every day, which makes me very happy “Alcaraz declared.

“We have, in my opinion, demonstrated a great level of physical prowess, mental fortitude, and force. I’m overjoyed to have found the solutions and move on to the next round in Rio.”