'Carlos Alcaraz has already completed this route', says top coach

A few days and the long-awaited Wimbledon tournament will officially begin

by Simone Brugnoli
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'Carlos Alcaraz has already completed this route', says top coach
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A few days and the long-awaited Wimbledon tournament will officially begin and there is a lot of curiosity to see the big at work. First, the two most awaited men are undoubtedly Jannik Sinner and Carlos Alcaraz, authors so far of an extraordinary 2024; an even Slam and a rivalry just born, destined to replace that lasted years by the Big Three.

Carlos Alcaraz
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Famous Italian coach Gipo Arbino, former historical coach of Lorenzo Sonego, spoke about this and much more. He spoke to Tuttosport’s microphones and started from Sinner: "Jannik is a phenomenon and he proved it in the last tournament in Germany.

Here he played against tennis players very used to this surface as Struff or the finalist Hurkacz and the same Griekspoor at the debut but he won and played having fun. One of the features of the number one, also remained really very useful".

About the rivalry with Alcaraz Arbino surprises: "Jannik Sinner still has to complete his path, get the complete maturity, different from Alcaraz who has already completed this path, despite being young two years.

He has more technique Carlos but right now I would not put him on a step higher than Jannik". Clear words and in addition to these two there are several tennis players in the launch pad, Arbino explained.

Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner are the favorites

About the top favorites in the Cathedral of tennis spoke a former number one of the world, Mats Wilander, who revealed his candidate in the microphones of Eurosport.

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

"I think Carlos is the favorite for Wimbledon. Carlos Alcaraz has already shown himself and the other costumers and the whole world that he can do it," declared the seven-time Grand Slam champion.

Carlos Alcaraz arrives at Wimbledon after falling in the second round of the ATP 500 of Queen’s against Jack Draper, while Jannik Sinner won for the first time on grass in the tournament of Halle.

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