Carlos Alcaraz reveals some details about his attitude

The 2023 Wimbledon champion is at home on grass

by Simone Brugnoli
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Carlos Alcaraz reveals some details about his attitude
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Who will win the Wimbledon tournament? Let’s see what the betting agencies think and who they see as a favorite for the third Slam of the season. It should be noted that the unknown factor regarding the presence or not of Novak Djokovic after the injury and knee surgery in Paris can only be Jannik Sinner and Carlos Alcaraz (3-time Grand Slam champion).

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Djokovic is listed in some betting boards, while in other scoreboards it is currently not possible to bet on Serbian. It should also be remembered that there will be no Rafael Nadal who will focus on the preparation of the Olympic tournament on clay.

Carlos Alcaraz to defend the title at Wimbledon

Speaking with Tennis Channel at Queen’s Club, Carlos Alcaraz – who recently won the French Open – reflected on his attitude on grass: "Honestly, I love playing on grass because I think it fits my style perfectly. The experience of reaching this stage of the season is very stimulating for me because it is a total change in the dynamics of competition. I must say that I am very happy playing in grass because I feel that I can be very aggressive in my tennis, climb a lot to the net and enjoy the game.”

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Tennis has been changing, the inevitable passage of time has not only evolved the way of playing, also the new generations are making their way with a brilliant game with a new proposal to conquer the biggest tournaments and climb to the top of the knight classification.

The number one and two of the world has the two great figures of the present and future of the game in the first places of the ATP ranking, two young people of 22 and 21 years who have also stayed with the first two Grand Slams of the season, ratifying that after the era of the "Big Three" will be the two that for now rise as the best players on the planet.

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