“What has improved the most Carlos Alcaraz this is how it covers the entire track. And a separate point deserves your creativity. It’s incredible, probably the best on the circuit. Comparable to Rafael Nadal which adapts very well to every situation.”
“Carlos is incredible when he is on the court. He has so many options with his right foot, from hitting the line to a cross or his drop shot. His creativity is amazing.”
“What else? He improved, I would say, the stability facing the important points. He knows how to play them, he is confident in his tennis.”
This is how Croatian draws Marin Cilic the evolution of the Murcian, from his victory as a veteran on clay in Estoril 2021 to the defeats against the 19-year-old phenomenon this year, in Miami (6-4, 6-4) and, before the US Open, at Cincinnati (7-6 (4), 6-1).
Balkan, 33 years old and world number 17, champion of the American Grand Slam in 2014, reappeared in the way of the student of John Charles Ferrero, which will premiere during the night session. The appointment is at Arthur Ashe Stadiumaround three o’clock in the Spanish morning from Monday to Tuesday.
Carlos Alcaraz, world number 4, seems to have a step up against Cilic, an opponent with precise shots, a fast game. An electric tennis that was already going well for El Palmar, who was overwhelmed Sebastian Baez, Federico Coria and Jenson Brooksby.
He wants to repeat the rooms of his debut, in 2021, and then consider an improvement because he wants everything. It will cross into Italian Jannik Sinner, a nightmare at Wimbledon and Umag, or the Belarusian Ylya Ivashka. In perspective, a ‘semis’ match Rafael Nadal.
Source: La Verdad
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