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    I don’t think that I and the other young people can repeat what they have done – Carlos Alcaraz on Federer, Nadal & Djokovic

    Tennis   |   August 9, 2022

     

    Young Tennis sensation Carlos Alcaraz has been making the right noises in the recent past. Alcaraz has impressed with his solid game and he is expected to become one of the future stars of the tennis world. The 19-year-old youngster has shown the promise to go a long way in his career as he is ticking the right boxes.

    However, Spaniard believes he and the other young players might not be able to repeat the heroics of the Big 3 – Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic. The trio has won 63 Grand Slam titles among themselves and they are always a force to reckon with.

    In fact, at least one member of the Big 3 has made it to the 71 semifinals in the 72 Major titles, which goes to show their dominance level.

    Meanwhile, the young Spaniard has confidence in his abilities but he feels emulating the Big 3 achievements will be difficult for any upcoming generation.

    “No, I didn’t think that (taking over from the Big 3),” Alcaraz told Corriere dello Sport (via Punto de Break). “It’s not a lack of confidence in my abilities or those of my teammates, but I don’t think that I and the other young people can repeat what they have done. We are talking about an impossible company, and that is not in my thoughts at the moment.”

    Meanwhile, Alcaraz has won five singles titles in his young career, including two ATP 1000 titles.

    On the other hand, Alcaraz has set the target of going past the quarterfinal stage in the upcoming US Open.

    “In New York, I want to do what I couldn’t do in the other Grand Slams, which is to get past the quarterfinals. I have no preference over which one to win first. … I don’t think I should be picky about Grand Slam titles,” said Alcaraz.

    Coming back to the Big 3, Roger Federer is currently out of action due to injury woes while Novak Djokovic might not be allowed to take part in the US Open due to his unvaccinated status. Rafael Nadal is recovering from an abdominal injury and he will look to be at his best in US Open, which will begin on August 29.

     

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