Carlos Alcaraz wants a custom logo

Carlitos will be virtually unable to gain points from his current 8580

by Simone Brugnoli
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Carlos Alcaraz wants a custom logo
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Perhaps the most unpredictable and somewhat fascinating phase of the season. After the conclusion of Roland Garros, immediately from Monday, the first appointments on grass began. Some top players have decided to take the court immediately, while many others will fully recharge their energies this week before returning to official competition on the major circuit.

Carlos Alcaraz
Carlos Alcaraz© Justin Setterfield / Staff Getty Images Sport
 

One thing is certain: Jannik Sinner will remain world number one after Wimbledon ends and at least until the Olympics. The semifinal win on the red clay of Paris enabled the South Tyrolean to edge out Carlos Alcaraz, his main (and probably only) rival for the top spot in the Atp rankings, by 900 points.

Carlos Alcaraz will defend many points on grass

Carlos Alcaraz is already putting the finishing touches on what will be a historic agreement. The Murcian celebrated his triumph at Roland Garros 2024 with members of Nike present, with whom, according to Relevo, he has negotiated in recent weeks the contract improvement that has been so longed for in recent months.

The agreement will be multi-year (until the middle of the next decade), will renew the Murcian's current one with Nike (which extended until 2025) and will be in the range of between 15 and 20 million dollars a year, figures that put Carlos ahead of Jannik Sinner, who recently signed his new agreement with the American brand at a rate of 158 million dollars over ten years. In addition, Nike has committed to the El Palmar native to begin creating his own personalized logo for him, similar to those that Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal have had. Not bad.

Carlos Alcaraz
Carlos Alcaraz© Getty Images Sport - Julian Finney
 

Carlitos will hardly be able to gain any points from his current 8580.

The young Spaniard will be called upon to defend the titles he won at Queen's and Wimbledon last year. If Nole, on the other hand, were to confirm that he will skip the London event, he would certainly lose the 1,200 points and perhaps even the top 5 ranking.

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