“It doesn’t matter what I’ve already won, I still have a lot to improve”

“It doesn’t matter what I’ve already won, I still have a lot to improve”
“It doesn’t matter what I’ve already won, I still have a lot to improve”

Carlos Alcaraz he often praised Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic And Rafael Nadal for dominating the Tour for so long. One quality, in particular, has allowed the Big 3 to write tennis history year after year: the constant desire to work on the details to continue improving despite all the successes and records.

It is precisely by reflecting on this important lesson that Alcaraz does not want to stop growing to add new and fundamental pieces to his game and his abilities.

Alcaraz: “It doesn’t matter what I’ve already won, I still have a lot to improve”

“The first match in any new tournament is never easy, especially when the grass season begins.

You want to achieve good results and you always have to deal with your high expectations. I am happy with my performance. Playing against Francisco Cerundolo it’s always a good test. It’s nice to find yourself in these situations, when you have to fight to get back into the game in a set, as happened to me today in the second.

I’m happy with everything I’ve done and I hope to continue like this”, Alcaraz told the ATP microphones after his winning debut at the Queen’s tournament, where he defends the title. “It doesn’t matter which tournament I’m playing and everything I I have already achieved in my career.

I’m still learning day by day. I have to do better every time I step onto the pitch. On grass, specifically, I have to understand how to play and move well. So yes, I feel like I still have a lot of things to learn.”

The Spaniard took a well-deserved three-day holiday in Ibiza with his friends at the end of the incredible journey he experienced at Roland Garros. “I had fun and I need to enjoy my days off. You need to take a break and celebrate a major success.

Even just to relax mentally and then come back stronger than before. Three days were enough for me (laughs, ed.)”.

 
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