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Carlos Alcaraz gave harsh words in Cincinnati: “We waited all day”

Carlos Alcaraz wants to immediately return to his level at the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati, his last event before the start of the US Open, and after his elimination in the quarterfinals in Toronto.The Spaniard beat the Australian Jordan Thompson, again not guaranteeing a brilliant performance, but that was enough to advance to the 3rd round.The next opponent of the number one in the world could be, should he surpass Ugo Humbert, Tommy Paul, capable like very few others on the circuit, of having an advantage in head-to-heads with him.

The last in chronological order was in Canada.Alcaraz, despite some difficulties encountered during the match, appears satisfied with his level, but he also complained about the situation he found himself in, with his match starting late.He explained: “It wasn’t an easy match, but in the end I found my best level.

We’ve been waiting all day to play this match and when you enter the pitch you have to start with the rain, so it wasn’t easy. But you have to find a way to win these games in this kind of situation.”

Alcaraz’s next goals
Recently, the new Wimbledon champion said that challenging legends like Novak Djokovic exalts him.A battle, the one between the top two players in the world, which will probably take place again in Flushing Meadows and once again the primacy in the ranking will be up for grabs: “I like these battles.

I like knowing that I can lose and I can get it back at the same time. You have to enjoy it when the battle is against one of the legends of our sport, against Novak. I feel that I am the main opponent for him. For me it’s something crazy and I’m trying to enjoy it.

For me right now the main goal is to stay in first place and if I lose it, try to make it back as fast as possible. It’s something that has helped me a lot to show my best level in big tournaments.”


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