Carlos Alcaraz, quarter-finalist at the United States Open, who had to leave due to physical problems in the match in which he was contesting his place in the semifinals with Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime, has his roadmap until the holidays.
He is qualified for the Next Gen ATP Finals 2021 and before that he will play in an exhibition tournament in Villena (Alicante), at the ATP 250 in Metz (France) and the Masters 1000 in Indian Wells (rescheduled).
From 20 to 26 this month he plans to take part in the ATP 250 Moselle Open, which will be held in Metz before stepping on Indian Wells in California, postponed in March due to the coronavirus to be installed on the calendar from October 7 to 17.
Until the Next Gen Finals, the end-of-season tournament reserved for ATP players 21 and under from November 9 to 13 in Milan (Italy), there will be three weeks left in which Alcaraz’s commitments are yet to be defined.
For that competition they are already classified the Italian Jannik Sinner, 20 years old and number 16 in the world; the American Sebastian Korda, 21 and 45, and Auger-Aliassime, 21 and at number 15.