Alcaraz’s next rival: “I don’t watch tennis often, but I’m excited”


Taylor Fritz, 25 years old and world no. the power of his serve on the fast surface at Hard Rock Stadium, which hosts the center court of the Masters 1000 ATP in Miami.

Fritz gets to know Rune, one of the imps of the new generation, from the group of companions and rivals of Carlos Alcaraz, also 19 years old and who, like his Nordic friend, will have the option of premiering his North American record, becoming Indian Wells champion in 2022.

The current king of Miami is Carlos Alcaraz, who is defending the crown and world number one. He didn’t finish Fritz’s job at his party. “I don’t often watch tennis, but I’m excited about this match, I’ll watch it.”

He was referring to the Carlos Alcaraz-Tommy Paul of the round of 16, which the Murcian won in two sets. “I feel that I have to raise the level, that it will be a battle, a very physical battle,” assessed Fritz if he was touched by one or the other, “two of the fastest on the circuit.”

“If it’s Carlos, it will be exciting. We haven’t played yet, so I think it will be interesting and many people are excited about this game,” Fritz said.

He knew he would have a tennis player on a roll in front of him. “Yes, he’s on fire. He’s been playing very well lately. He’s had a few injuries, but he hasn’t lost his rhythm. I have to be ready to hit a few extra shots, a very physical match.”

Source: La Verdad


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