Carlos Alcaraz got into the Australian Open and will play a Grand Slam for the first time in his career, with only 17 years. Behind him there are many hopes that have, in large part, the control of their driver: Juan Carlos Ferrero.
In Doha, where the qualification was played, the now coach spoke with PuntoDeBreak.com to comment on the enjoyment with the commitment quota that this moment deserves: “We are very happy. Having started the year on the right foot is very positive. All the rivals at this level are very difficult and we have had quite a difficult time. Having taken these situations forward gives us more morale to face the first Grand Slam of Carlos’s career with even more enthusiasm ”.
“We came with expectations of passing the preliminary phase. We could have lost in the first game, where we were down set or in the second, in the tiebreaks, but Carlos knew how to prevail over his rival in those moments of tension. The most important thing is that he knew how to recover from those nerves and from there he has been loosening up. I really liked how he played the last game, playing loose and attacking a lot without giving Dellien a chance. Starting the year like this is great news ”, he continued.
The best is coming for Alcaraz. The first step has been taken and what comes is all profit.