Carlos Alcaraz is unique, says Geoffrey Chizever.

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A well-known pundit, Geoffrey Chizever, examined Carlos Alcaraz‘s recent performances in the most current episode of the Inside-In podcast. Chizever reported: “He truly is outstanding. After missing four months, Carlos Alcaraz had a tremendous comeback and won a championship right away.

We are in front of a unique participant. I nearly forgot about Alcaraz‘s incredible athleticism. His positive demeanor on the court and constant smile make it clear that he enjoys playing tennis, which is something else I truly like about him. You lose your rhythm and it’s hard to get back into it like he did when you have to stop for several months due to an injury.

Let’s just say that after returning to the tour following his ankle injury, Alexander Zverev has chalked up three victories and five defeats. Although we are discussing two distinct injuries, I think the idea is still obvious.” Former WTA No. 1 Monica Seles recently expressed her admiration for the young Spaniard in the following words: “Everyone was in awe of his 2022 performance.

His intensity as I seen him in person during the Indian Wells Masters 1000 semifinal matchup versus Rafael Nadal left me speechless. For a youngster his age, he displays frightening mental toughness.”

Return of Carlos Alcaraz

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. He appeared to be all prepared for his comeback to the Tour when another joke surfaced early in the new year.

Carlos had a leg injury after a workout 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.