Watch: Carlos Alcaraz's 'fiesta' in Ibiza worries his agent

The Spaniard celebrated his victory at Roland Garros in a nightclub in Ibiza, causing his agent to worry

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Watch: Carlos Alcaraz's 'fiesta' in Ibiza worries his agent
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They're kids, let them have fun. Carlitos Alcaraz decided to celebrate his victory at Roland Garros by going to a nightclub in Ibiza. The Spaniard is having fun, as he should, both for what he has achieved and for his young age. But this celebration of the Spanish player made worry his agent Albert Molina. Worried not about possible wrong behavior from the young Spaniard, but about the malice of people ready to record something that could be misunderstood with their cell phones, as the same agent told El Partidazo de Cope.

Carlos Alcaraz
Carlos Alcaraz© Clive Brunskill / Staff Getty Images Sport
 

"He didn't want anyone. He scares me personally, but not for Carlos. Because I know that the problem is that Carlos is very noble. So it's not him that scares me, but the people he can have at his side. I'm not talking about his friends because they are good people. When you put yourself out there so much, there are always people with a phone who can record something that can be taken out of context or can't be reality like that. Because in the end a photo or a 5 second video can convey things to you that aren't real, lies. I'm afraid this will happen to him," explained Molina.

Alcaraz allowed himself a few hours of pure fun in Ibiza to celebrate the third Slam of his career, won at Roland Garros at the age of 21. The Spaniard became the youngest tennis player in history capable of winning at least one Major on all surfaces thanks to the five-set victory against Alexander Zverev in the final. Carlitos went to Ibiza with some friends and had fun in one of the clubs that characterizes the nightlife in the Balearic Islands. In one of the videos published by his group, Alcaraz appeared with the microphone in his hand intent on singing some nice choruses.

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