Carlos Alcaraz moves everyone with a beautiful dedication

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Carlos Alcaraz moves everyone with a beautiful dedication
Carlos Alcaraz moves everyone with a beautiful dedication (Provided by Tennis World USA)

Carlos Alcaraz is having a golden moment. In this beginning of 2022, the Spanish tennis player has put up the beauty of 16 wins and only 2 defeats that he remedied at the Australian Open and Indian Wells respectively against Matteo Berrettini and Rafael Nadal.

Among other things, two KOs arrived after two long marathons. But it's not just the victories that are impressive, but also the way they arrive. The 18-year-old Murciano is playing great tennis, managing to vary a lot and consequently putting in difficulty all the opponents he is meeting on his path, now in the final of the Miami Open 2022 against Casper Ruud.

In Miami he defeated the Pole Hubert Hurkacz to get the final against the Norwegian. The 2003 player amazed everyone in this part on hard-courts and these recent two weeks have been proof of this.

The beautiful dedication of Alcaraz towards his coach

In this Miami Open, however, we are meeting a very sensitive Carlos Alcaraz and available to all fans.

A few days ago, in fact, Eduardo, the father of Juan Carlos Ferrero, former tennis player and current coach of the young Spanish tennis player, passed away. Alcaraz, after the hard-fought match won in three sets against Miomir Kecmanovic with a score of 6-7 6-3, 7-6, at the end of the match decided to dedicate the victory to the Ferrero family.

A simple sentence but of great significance the one that could be read on the camera: "Juan and Eduardo" Another very nice aspect that could be noticed and which deserves to be emphasized, is the fact that the Miami Open finalist stopped for quite a few minutes with fans asking him for an autograph.

"I'm a friendly person, so I'm here to do whatever you want," ATP # 16 commented as he chatted to the fans in attendance. In the final Carlos Alcaraz will have to contend with Casper Ruud, winner of the other semifinal against Francisco Cerundolo.

With the qualification to the final of the ATP Masters 1000 in Florida, Alcaraz will rise to eleventh place in the world ranking, also overtaking Jannik Sinner.

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