Carlos Alcaraz continues to burn the stages at full speed. The Murcian tennis player won the fourth ATP title of his career in Godó (fifth if we count the NextGen ATP Finals) and is, as of Monday, number 9 in the world in its 18th year. A spectacular precocity that could continue for several years within his own family.
And that’s it his brother Jaime also plays tennis, and in what way. At just 10 years old, the young man surprised everyone at his level, which led him to participate in the IMG Future Stars Invitational, a tournament that brings together this week in Athens the best players in the world between 10 and 12 years old.
There he was together this Monday with his brother Carlos, who went to the Greek capital to play an exhibition with Hubert Hurkacz. Eventually, the Alcaraz brothers decided to play a few points as a doubles pair and showed tremendous rapport, as well as a great level of tennis.
And it is tennis is the great passion of the Alcaraz family. The grandfather was the first member of the Real Sociedad Club de Campo Murcia. His son Carlos competed at the national level and now works as the club’s sports director. And he is the father of ‘Carlitos’ Alcaraz Garfia (his mother’s last name, Virginia), a new world tennis phenomenon, as well as Álvaro (21 years old), who trains with him on occasions, Sergio (11) and Jaime (10). They all hit the ball.
Family is one of Carlos’s pillars, as well as his large team. If Ferrero was more than just a coach, and this was presented in a complicated moment for ‘Juanki’ as the sudden death of his father Eduardo, he also relied especially on his manager since he was a child. Albert Molina (IMG)which was also, among others, Pablo Carreño, a mentor and friend for Murcian, who was with him at the academy designed by Antonio Martínez Cascales in the days of Ferrero’s win at Roland Garros or the Davis Cup.
Regular medical studies on elite sports have revealed that Carlos Alcaraz’s height is around 1.80. A comfort in his environment because centimeters are counted in the elite. He gave the growth spurt left to his father’s stature.
Other associated physical changes were drawn up in detail by his team members. Noodle without nutrition discipline has become a strong and resilient athlete, but also very fast.
Healthy diet rich in calories to get the kilos he needs. he loves sushi. A body of chiseled muscle, very fiber, of pure power, explosive for every point and also lasting for marathon encounters.
Source: La Verdad
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