Alcaraz updates status of his post-Wimbledon tattoo

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Alcaraz updates status of his post-Wimbledon tattoo
Alcaraz updates status of his post-Wimbledon tattoo © Clive Brunskill / Getty Images Sport

In an interview with his racket sponsor Babolat, Carlos Alcaraz, who tattooed the date of his US Open title win after triumphing at Flushing Meadows, shared an update on the status of his rumored post-Wimbledon tattoo. Asked whether he got a tattoo after winning Wimbledon, the Spaniard pointed out that he still thinks about it.

"Not yet, but I'm going to get one. Yeah," Alcaraz responded. Alcaraz also revealed how he celebrated his Wimbledon victory. "I spent time with family and friends at home. I would say that's the best thing to do after our victory," said Alcaraz.

Carlos Alcaraz's tattoo could be a strawberry

Talking to, Carlos Alcaraz pointed out that he wouldn't rule out a strawberry tattoo, just like Marketa Vondrousova's.

"I don't know, I have to think about it! But a strawberry may not look bad. A strawberry can't look bad!" said Alcaraz. Strawberries are also one of the things that Federer confessed he would miss the most about Wimbledon before retiring."The crowds.

I know the tournament organisation, the Village, the strawberries and cream, the tradition, the ivy on the walls - the purple and the green. The grass - I love playing on grass. Centre Court is our holy grail. A lot of things to miss.

And this was just in 30 seconds what I told you," said Federer. Besides Federer, Vondrousova, and Alcaraz, tennis influencer Rachel Stuhlmann is also a fan of the Wimbledon's strawberries. " "One of my favorite times of the year is here!

Two weeks full of excellence, tradition, champagne, strawberries and crème, grass courts, and much more!" Stuhlmann captioned one of this year's photos from Wimbledon.

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