Alcaraz reveals who between him, Djokovic and Sinner can win the Roland Garros

The young Spanish tennis player, in the press conference after beating Korda, analyzed the match as well as explaining who could win the Parisian Slam

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Alcaraz reveals who between him, Djokovic and Sinner can win the Roland Garros
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Who is the favorite to win the final at the Roland Garros between Novak Djokovic, Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner? The Serbian champion will play in a few hours against Lorenzo Musetti, the Spaniard and the Italian are already in the 4th round.
Carlitos in particular showed a very high level of tennis on Philippe-Chatrier against Sebastian Korda.

In the post-match on-court interview, Mats Wilander asked the young Spaniard to analyze the match against the American, focusing on who between the Spaniard, the Italian and the Serbian is the favorite to triumph in Paris.

"I still think that here there is a long list of players who can become champions. It's true that Sinner, Djokovic and I are gaining pace and confidence as the rounds go by. But anything can happen, there is great balance and the level of the matches that are ahead now, starting from the round of 16, it will be very high and demanding for everyone. I am very happy with how I played. I didn't have any ups and downs in concentration and there was a moment when I completely forgot about it discomfort in my arm and I started hitting with my forehand in a completely normal way. My forearm continues to improve and that's why I'm confident," explained Carlitos.

Carlos Alcaraz, Roland Garros 2024
Carlos Alcaraz, Roland Garros 2024© Tim Goode / Stringer - Getty Images Sport
 

Wilander told Carlitos how there were 21 dropshots taken during the battle by the young Spaniard.

"Wow, I didn't know there were so many. I feel comfortable with that shot and I think it had a lot to do with my success. They are part of my style and I am happy to have a varied tennis with which to surprise my rivals," said the Spaniard.

Carlos Alcaraz, Roland Garros 2024
Carlos Alcaraz, Roland Garros 2024© Clive Brunskill / Staff - Getty Images Sport
 

Analyzing his serve, Alcaraz said: "We worked to make my movements more fluid, I changed the way I throw the ball and try to hit it higher. These are small tips that I think can be useful to me. It's nothing drastic, but it's a change that can help me improve."

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