Carlos Alcaraz continues to train at Queen’s Club

3-time Grand Slam champion Carlos Alcaraz has remained high over time

by Simone Brugnoli
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Carlos Alcaraz continues to train at Queen’s Club
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Carlos Alcaraz has not only achieved glory in professional tennis, he has remained high over time, there, inhabiting with the great with just 21 years, proving that he has come to stay.

Carlos Alcaraz
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With more than 100 consecutive weeks in the Top 5 of the world, the young Spaniard has had the training and guidance of a Spanish legend like Juan Carlos Ferrero, a former world number one champion who has been working with the Murcia native since he was 15.

Carlos Alcaraz is working hard

Carlos Alcaraz said goodbye to the tournament, but not of the facilities since today he has returned to train at the London club with the aim of continuing to adapt to the grass and to get ready physically to arrive in the best possible conditions to the defense of Wimbledon. The Spaniard confirmed that he would not play any tournament before the Grand Slam and that he prioritizes training to perfect and adapt his game to this surface.

Carlos Alcaraz
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One of the secrets in the training of this tennis player, who has been characterized by exemplary education and humility, has been the simplicity in which he has been growing in the training center of his "teacher" in Alicante, Spain, where he resides in a simple cabin since 2018.

In the 120 thousand square meters of the tennis center, where there are ten clay courts, seven of cement, one of lawn and five of paddle, plus a gym; he has lived "Carlitos" working to raise his tennis every day.

Despite the trophies and millions of dollars won. Alcaraz first lived in a 25-square-metre log cabin inside this training center, a place where he rests while not training.

The residence has a spacious room, bathroom, porch, garden, air conditioning and Wi-fi. Like Alcaraz, the house also evolved, now it is 90 square meters and was inhabited by figures such as other prominent Spanish tennis players such as Nicolás Almagro, Guillermo García-López, an information recently shared by the newspaper "El Español".

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