Carlos Alcaraz shares a big update on his Roland Garros presence, but...

The Spanish tennis player should have recovered from his forearm injury and should therefore regularly play in Paris, but what about his physical form?

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Carlos Alcaraz shares a big update on his Roland Garros presence, but...
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Finally the doubts seem to have been swept away by Carlos Alcaraz himself, who updated his fans through Instagram with an eloquent post that says: MAÑANA A PARÍS! The Spanish champion should therefore have recovered from his forearm problems and should therefore regularly play at the Roland Garros, anticipating his imminent departure for Paris.

Carlitos published a photo in the post in which he is in the company of his team at the end of the last training session in Spain, before leaving for Paris.

However, there are some doubts regarding his fitness.

Alcaraz will arrive in Paris this year with very few matches under his belt, especially on clay. The conditions of the tennis player from Murcia are naturally an unknown, having missed most of the preparation tournaments for Roland Garros.

If Alcaraz has recovered to 100%, then he will certainly be among the favorites for what would be his first title in Paris. Given the negative results of number one Novak Djokovic, defending champion, and the uncertainty that hovers over the presence of Jannik Sinner - who also left in the evening to reach the French capital - the Spaniard will try to improve last year's result, when reached the semifinals.

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After a start to the season in which he managed to win the title at the ATP Master 1000 in Indian Wells, the Spaniard practically missed the entire season on European clay, with the exception of Madrid, where he stopped in the quarter-finals against Andrey Rublev.

It was in Madrid that Carlitos suffered the forearm injury that forced him to withdraw from the Rome Internationals. Carlitos' path at the Roland Garros has been in crescendo. First qualifying round in 2021, at just 17 years old, quarters in 2022 and the semi-final lost to Djokovic last year.

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