Davidovich confident for future of Spanish tennis after Nadal retirement


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Davidovich confident for future of Spanish tennis after Nadal retirement

In an interview to Punto de Break Alejandro Davidovich commented on the future of Spanish Tennis. Davidovich, who is considered as one of the biggest country's rising stars, said: "We have Munar who broke through, Pedrito who is trying, Carballes Baena who was for the whole past year on the top 100...

The new generation is good. Although it does not seem anything to Ferrer and Nadal, we try to give many happy things, although that's tennis and you never know what's gonna happen. Every week it's a new world, a unique opportunity to win and raise a lot of spots."

Asked if his dream is to win a Grand Slam or become a world No. 1 Davidovich replied: "If I will work every day better and I will do a bigger effort, one day I will be in one of these scenarios. If you dream on the bottom nothing will happen."

On Felix Auger-Aliassime's breakthrough, Davidovich added: "It's unbelievable what he is doing, being one year older, he will have taken care of details better and that's why he is already there. I saw him in Australia losing in the first round qualies and from there all of a sudden a semifinal, final...

It's amazing." On his tweener a few days ago, he concluded: "Kyrgios did it but especially because the other player was returning being very far away. I rather make him run forward. Kyrgios is a showman, I get excited a lot by him, when he decides to play tennis he will be one of the best."